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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You had the settings set incorrectly and overdrove it. The voice coil leads are burn't open. If you look at the little flexible braids by the terminals I'll bet they are black/brown and maybe even burn't in half. It's toast.
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
Actually. I don't think you have to wire a remote switch from the radio to the amp on this product. This powered subwoofer supposedly has automatic signal sensing turn-on circuitry. I have the same problem. So I think I'll try to just hook up the power (to the battery), ground and the + / - speaker wires to one of the back speakers in the car and see if that works.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
SOURCE: amp works but no sound from sub
Some older Pioneer radios require you to connect the Subwoofer RCA to the rear output on the back of the radio and then you have to turn on the subwoofer in the menu on the radio. What model Pioneer radio is it? Also, make sure that the RCA plugged into the amp is on the input side, not the output side.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
SOURCE: my sub quit working
first off you should have installed an inline fuse block that fuse will pop first an inline fuse is cheap go to a wall=mart it will run you around 10.00 that gets mounted under your hood cut your power cable in half the one part of the cable should be cut 12 inches that will tie into your possitive terminal on your battery after that is all tightened to your battery you will strip about an inch of coating offf of your power wire tie that into the end of your fuse block make sure it is tight than do the same to the other side just measure from there to your mounting spot for your amplifier and tie your power cable into your amplifier use 8 gauge power and ground cable... your problem with your amp is that you burned up a couple capasitors or even a resistor i just fixed an amp that both fuses were smoked just tear your amp apart look under the control board you will see were a sauder joint is cracked those capasitors and resisters are very cheap there made out of ceramic i just got done repairing my friends amp works like a new one.. good luck if you have problems or w you get it fixed email me.. email@example.com best of luck buddy..
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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