The sound just stopped, the subs continue to work, but the speakers stop. At first when that happened I could go into the Amplfied Gain, and switch off and on and it would work, but now that doesnt either. Any Help? From what I read it might be an IC overheating problem, is that fixable? Thanks! Jake
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Re: JVC KD-AVX33 No Sound!
Check to see if one of your speakers are grounded out. you can do this by clipping one pair at a time at the back of the deck and reconnecting. If you clip one speaker and it comes back on the its that speaker or the wiring going to that speaker that is grounded.
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Yes....hook one up to the left channel and one up to the right.....once everything is wired up.....keep gain down on amp and turn stereo on.....turn up stereo with amp gain down to right before high end speakers start to distort......then while its playing, turn amp gain up about 1/2 way. close your trunk and hop in drivers seat....sound gd????? You might have to adjust level on amp and bass on head unit to taste.....Be careful though....pioneer subs are only rated around 300 watts continuous.....dont want to blow them...gd luck....
Depends on what, if anything, is connected to the High Level speaker inputs. The High Level outputs only pass on what is being fed to the Sub from your amplifier or receiver. The sub's internal amp is for its use ONLY.
If you're using the Sub's internal amplifier and feeding it the LFE or Subwoofer Line Level output of your amp or receiver via RCA cables, I'd be surprised if anything is present at the speaker terminals on the sub. It shouldn't be.
The first amp, sounds like there is straight power going through the gain instead of it being limited. The second amp...hook the other subs up to it and see if it sounds ok. If so, then the subs are messed up. If it sounds the same, make sure the subs are connected correctly.
if the sub was popping that either means the sub is getting to much power and blown that normaly happens when they pop, for the center speaker could check the wires maybe it came undone that could be a possibilty
might be a loose connection in the jack terminal. Sometimes pulling it in and out several times might free dirt or oxidation in the metal contacts. A contact cleaner is handy with this. Check also the wires for continuity. hope this helps..
Are you giving them proper "break-in" time? Also, if you have your gain set too high or especially have the LOUD on or BASS up on your head unit you will get nasty uncontrolled excursion which can tear ANY speaker up.
I had this very same problem and I had my system for about 2 weeks. I have seen a lot of similar posts on this site so it seems that this problems happens a lot. For some reason my right speaker just stopped working so i came to this site for help. I looked at alot of posts and nothing fixed the problem. when i switched the right speaker to the left input it started to work so I knew the speakers were fine. So i finally decided to unplug everything and restart my laptop. Once my laptop rebooted I plugged the sub back into the wall after about a minute of it being not plugged in. Then I plugged all the the wires and volume control back into the sub and turned the switch back on. Make sure the volume control is down when you plug everything back in. Then plug the wire into the device, which in my case was a laptop, and start to play some tunes. Right away everything was working perfectly fine again and no problems ever since...for me atleast.
since it still thumps i suspect the speaker is ok, but i suspect you have an electronic problem in the amp. since it is a powered sup & has the ability to auto turn on it has electronic circuits inside, take it to a service center for an estimate