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Alpine CDA-9813 soundless

I have gone through the wireing 3 times now, and cant seem to find anything wrong with that, but there is still no sound comeing from the cars main speakers, just the subwoofers. Any ideas would be helpfull really dont wanna take it in to have it reinstalled.

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Re: Alpine CDA-9813 soundless

On your cd player hold down the f button for few sec. It will take you to the setup screen. You will then scroll till you see POW-IC make sure it says ON if it is OFF then only your subs will play and no door speakers.

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Re: Alpine CDA-9813 soundless

What car do you have? see if it already has an amp for main speakers

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make sure that the acc and ground are hooked up right. acc has to be 12v. if you hooked it up to any other wire it will work until you(turn it up) draw more power than the wire you have it connected to can produce. or you have speakers that are faulty or too big for the alpine head unit. 

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