I have the Jensen VM9312 7" Touchscreen DVD player. I attempted to hook up by Rockford Fosgate 2000 Watt Dual Chanel Punch Series Amp to push two 12: Audiobahns. The Amp has One Red One White RCA input same as most do. the headunit has one 1 red/white front,1 red/white rear, and a green subwoofer output. No natter how i connect the RCA's icannot get the subs to bump correctly. i converted the 2 rca From the amo into one male end and plugged it into the subwoofer input but i got nothing. i then decided to use a line cnverter and convert one left and one right speaker into the RCA but i can only get one sub at bump at a time. Soon as i put my pioneer headunit in...it works great i just cant get the Jensens setting correct!!!
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That is due to the parking brake sensor on most DVD players. Since it is higly illegal to play DVDs while driving, as it provides a distraction to the driver, it is frowned upon. However, you can simply ground the parking brake sensor wire, and that should fix the issue of it not playing when driving. Please remember that it is most likely illegal, though.
The best way to install a stereo deck is go get yourself a Scoshe wiring harness. This will allow you to wire the harness directly to the stereo, then plug directly in to the OEM wiring clip that is plugged into the factory stereo. It helps if and when you sell the truck and want to put the factory stereo back in. Plus you dont have to hack up wires. Hope it helps. You can get the wiring harness from any car stereo installation or customization shop.
If you're talking about the amplifier's power terminals, the positive terminal is designed to be wired directly to the battery (be sure to fuse the amp power wire near the battery terminal). The negative terminal should be bolted to vehicle chassis metal for a ground connection.
The only amplifier connections that go to the back of the head unit are the remote turn-on wire and the RCA cables.