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Pioneer DEH-P8500MP hello i hooked up this player and evevrything works but i have no sound so i dont know what it could be i dont see a ground for the speakers can you help me out

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Re: pioneer DEH-P8500MP

The speakers dont connect to ground, each one connects to it's own + and - dont mix them up.

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