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Pioneer DEH-P47DH Front left speaker not working, if i press audio button, i get no option to adjust balance, just fader. left rear speaker works and plays as loudly as right rear speaker. Huh? bad...


Are you sure you wired up the head unit correctly? It is fairly uncommon for a audio output amplifier to blow out leaving 3 working speakers and 1 not working. So more than likely it is bad wiring or a blown speaker. Best bet would be get a digital multimeter and ohm out the speaker and see if it has continuity and is the same as the adjacent speaker. You could also try swapping the left/right channel wiring and see if the front right speaker stops working when connected to the left speaker output or vice versa.

Nov 12, 2013 | Car Audio & Video

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Fader/sub/speaker not working properly


I'm not an expert but often people connect subs to normal speaker wires in back of the radio. You need a dedicated subwoofer line so high frequency sound doesn't go to the subs. Only bass. Sounds like it wasn't wired properly.

Aug 26, 2017 | Pioneer DEH-P6000UB Car CD/ MP3 Player

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Both of my front door speakers don't work in my


With the lack of information provided all I can suggest is ..
1. are the speaker wires connected at the radio? 2. are there rear speakers and if so do they work? 3. make sure the fader control isn't set to rear, this would shut your front speakers off

May 07, 2011 | Pioneer Car Audio & Video

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How do I set the volume on both speakers?


Go to the stereo fader and balance the volume in each speakers. You can see there L for left speaker R for right speaker and F for front speaker and then R for rear speaker. Put them all in zero to have equal sounds volume.

Apr 06, 2011 | Pioneer DEH-P2000 CD Player

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How do I set the speakers sound right and left front and back


press audio button till you get to either balance or fader and use the seek up and down buttons to adjust them

Feb 23, 2010 | Pioneer DEH-1800 CD Player

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Wiring my pioneer deh -p2000 to my speekers


Check the back of your receiver, to see the plug with a set of 8 wires that should have the following color standard:
Left front: White
Right Front: Grey
Left Rear: Green
Right Rear: Purple

Note: 1) Colored wires with a line/stripe on it is NEGATIVE, thus connect to negative on speaker. When connected, speaker cone should vibrate OUT, not inwards, otherwise reverse speaker connection;
2) You can check to see if speakers are in the right order by 'panning' balance and fader controls (from left front only to right front only, to right rear only, to left rear only in succession)
3)If there is an amplifier in your setup, the RCA plugs (like home audio plugs, should be connected instead, NEVER both!)
Hope this helps
Mark

Sep 25, 2009 | Pioneer DEH-P2000 CD Player

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No fader control on a pioneer deh-2000mp


No fader control when using the onboard amplifer or an external one? Do you have all of the speakers hooked up correctly or are you running the fronts and rears off of two speaker outputs?

Jul 16, 2008 | Pioneer Car Audio & Video

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Goodmans


Hi!, use a multimeter to test (With the car key in "ACC" position) from what cable your old stereo was receiving power, when you found the correct cables, mark them.
Then test what cables carries the audio signal to the speakers, you can do this by using a AA battery and connecting it to the cables for a short time, the speaker would make noise, label the cables as R or L.
The connections in the PIONEER's plug are:
RED: Accesory (This is powered when the key is in ACC position only)
YELLOW: Back-up (This is ALWAYS powered from the battery to keep the clock and other settings)
White / striped white: Speaker (FRONT R or L)
Gray / Striped gray: Speaker (FRONT R or L)
Purple / striped purple: Speaker (REAR R or L)
Green / striped green: Speaker (REAR R or L)
Blue: REMOTE (Don't connect)
All striped cables are the minus (-) pole of the speakers.
I don't remember what color are for R or L speakers but i know what are front or rear ones, the installation manual can tell you the correct wiring or you can use a test CD, or the balance/fader controls when everything are connected.

Feb 07, 2008 | Pioneer DEH-P6600 CD Player

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