I dont know how to install the whole system it woz instaled in my old car but the instructions were thrown away, ive wiered it up the best i can and to what i think is ok, but if anyone can scan the instructions that would be great or if anyone can give me a website to get the instructions from that would be great or talk the method throw
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Hello..... I can help you with this problem. You need a crossover to remove all of the high and mid frequencies from the subwoofer. If you run the sub at "full range" (all frequencies), you will destroy the voice coil. If your amplifier has a crossover on it, put it in the "low pass" or "LP" setting. If your amplifier does not have a built in crossover, you will need to add one. A crossover can cost as little as $29 for an electronic one. This will fix your problem. If you have any other questions, just comment back and I will be glad to help you!
the problem sounds like your new sub is drawing to much power and your amp can not handle it. bridging the amp is a good way to get the full power out of your amp. But it isnt always suggested, my solution is to get a bigger amp. I install stereo systems for a living, and i tell my customers that it is smart to get an amp about 100 more watts then the rms rating of your subwoofer.
As much as it might sound retarded i want to suggest to you that intead of all that hongkong stuff- just go to walmart and get the sony package that comes with the deck/cdplayer and the 4 speakers it comes with a pair of door speakers and a set of 6x9s and all the wiring that you need for a basic install-plus the deck has the rca pre-outs to install an amp. Get an amp and subs from a pawn shop at least you can be sure that it works before you buy it that way- I'm not knocking your idea, but it could be simpler and when you deal with flea-bay you never know whats going to show up on your doorstep. Good luck to you
Probably need an installer - depends on yr/make/model of car - stereo and wiring diagram for sub system. There are lots of questions need answering and if not installed properly, you can certainly damage the stereo, sub system. Subs use a lot of power and improper wiring could cause problems, even fires !
Fat Red wire from batter + to Fuse. Fat Red wire From Fuse to Amp +.
Amp- Fat Black wire to body Ground.
RCA cable run from Head unit RCA jacks down opposite side opf car from power wires. To Amp RCA inputs.
Wire Speaker REd terminal to Plus on Amp. Balck Terminal to Minus on amp.
Blue Wire is REmote, and wires to Blue on head Unit. Remote on Amp.