Question about Car Audio & Video
Check the out put of the head unit . check the out put on amps check speakers do this all with a DMM Digital multi meter, check that amps aren't in protect. check ground on head unit. if you dont know how go to you tube and type in such as, this how to test speakers with a DMM many videos on all subjects.how to test amp out put with the humming you may have a short or a blown speaker some where.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try one at a time. if they work then try hooking them up differently. if none work, then check to see that your amp is not in protect mode. if amp is ok, then check to make sure you have your rcas connected to your amp. in other words, re-check all your wiring. if still nothing, try your amp on your friends car and vise versa.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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