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Hi:) Sound like the pre-amplifier transistors are burnt out if you hear no sound at all. If you can hear a very fate sound then it would be the Output amplifier IC's. If you are using a separate output amp check the amp.
Double check your speaker connections. Make sure + goes to plus and - to minus (phase) and make sure all are grounded properly. Is there an amp possibly in line? If so, make sure connections are good there also make sure powered up (it happens to all of us)
ok maybe i am not understanding what you are trying to do .if you are looking for balance you found it balance is front to back and side to side. if you are saying the volume wont change you might have one rear hooked up to the front and one to the back. this is most common on cars thatare hard wired "no harness"double check the way you ran the wires good luck
check all your fuses and then take the face plate off and push the reset button. if that doesnt work just check the wire connections sometimes if the wires dont have enough contact they want work. i had that issue when i upgraded the speakers in my jeep the connections were not good enough.
are you using RCA outputs(the round red and white plugs)? if you are then your amp is not turning on and if you are hooking up speakers to your RCA's (low level) then you will not hear any audio the signal is to low. would need to know more about how you checked the ic power?? one could verify an output ic by hooking up an amp since the RCA audio signal is picked off just before the output. if the low level works but the speakers do not then you have a bad output. anything else an o-scope would be handy.
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