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All wires connected but no sound to sub

Connected to the rear speakers of a 01 mustang but no sound to sub

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  • Steve Brown
    Steve Brown May 11, 2010

    what size amp are you powering the sub with?

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Have you connected sub direct to rear speakers ? you need to connect direct to head unit for enough power or headunit to amp to sub dependant on wattage of the sub

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Hi, if you still need a photocopy of instructions email me mail@srands.co.uk

If you want instructions in brief this involves POWER CONNECTIONS, PHONO LEAD & SPEAKER CONNECTIONS:

POWER (At the same time when routing these wires, I would connect the PHONO LEADS from the car cd player to the amp, if your car cd player only has 1 preout (1red & 1 white) then you will need two phono splitters, a female to 2 males. Phono leads carry the unamplified sound from cd player to the amp):
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You will need patience! many hand tools and parts such as: Wiring kit, fuse holder 20a/30a, Phono leads, speaker cable, Fork/ring connectors, wire strippers, wire cutters, set of screw drivers, also ueful to have zip ties to tdy excess cable and 'P' cable clips to tidy speaker wire to shelf, etc.

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