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My sub wont come on. but all the outher speakers work fine . cant figure it out?


I assume this is connected to a AV Receiver? There is generally a low level sub out, with an RCA jack. That should go to your sub input. The old subs had the speaker outputs on the back of the receiver connected to the sub input, and all the other speakers were connected to the sub, but that system hasn't been used in decades.

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what wattage are the subs and amp? if your subs are more wattage than your amp, your amp will blow fuses as cant handle the output to your subs. for example. you have 2 500 watt subs and a 300 watt amp, that is no good as amp isnt powerful enough. if you have 2 500 watt subs you need at least a 1200 watt amp to power them both. 200 watt more than the combined wattage of subs as amps should never be turned up to max as they tend to blow and overheat more quickly. 80% volume on amps is reccomended by installers and manufactures.

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I have 2 RCA's running subs and interior speakers. for some reason when i turn it up the subs it sound like its going to blow. could this be a problem if the RCA was mixed up for example the sub rca going...


Possible but highly unlikely. You cant check them to be sure if not, check to see if the amp for your subs has a phase switch on it. Also check to see if is has a bypass EQ and change it to a lower setting (low pass filter). Good Luck.

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Have you checked to see if the sub amp is turning on. Check to make sure you have at least 12 volts on your power as well as your remote turn on (Blue/White on radio harness).
If everything is hooked up correctly, it is possible that the preout is turned off. Some headunits have selectable preouts. If so you should be able to turn the sub on and off in the menu.
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Umm.. subs are usually meant for bass. do you mean amp power wire? if you just want to be able to hear the mid's and highs better just turn the bass down either on the equalizer on your amp or on your cd player.

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See step 9 for turning the subwoofer output ON
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Part of the original link i gave you to your online manual.

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try taking out your rca leads and turning the amp on. if it stil makes the noise try using a diffrent sub 2 see if the sub is gone. mite be broken leads.

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Aux and sub settings


you have to turn the headunit off using the headunit (there is a button that says off or power just cant remember which one) once its off and is displaying only the time you hold the function button and all the other options will come up.

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The best thing to do is to get a amp that is more watts than your subs, not the other way around, speakers are known to handel a lil more power but amps cant produce more power than they are capable of... your ground wire should be thick also, say 6 to 8 mm or so, and its best to put in a cap and an equalizer.
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