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Ignorant I have a Pioneer eq-5000 and how do i properly wire it into my vehicle

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POWER SOURCE
REMOTE
12VOLT POWER
GROUND//
AND RCA IN FROM DECK AND RCA OUT FROM EQ TO DECK

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I need data sheet or user manual for my pioneer graphic equaliser


If is a parametric equalizer is zero watts. ,pionner should have a front, rear and subwoofer connections. If i remenber correctly, a single rca going to your stereo and the rest from eq to amp or amps. Hope this helps ,hope you get WIRED.

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I have a Pioneer DEQ-7600 and every so often I have to tap my dash board in order for the display lights to come on the front of the unit, like it goes in and out every so often, thanks Nick


Nick i believe that you have a simple ground loop problem. To fix that you'll need to run a ground wire from your EQ to the body of the car. (the shorter the wire,the better the ground)

Find the ground wire (black wire) coming out of your EQ. Splice a wire into that wire,and then connect that wire to the black wire coming out of your Head Unit,and that should solve your problem.

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Need wire diagram for pioneer eq-6500


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I cant seem to hook my pioneer gr 470 equalizer to my pioneer receiver ( vsx-403) what is the proper connection sequence?


tape out from reciever to line in on the eq --then line out from the eq to tape in on the reciever --whenever the tape monitor will be used on the reciever the sound will then be equalized

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The proper sequence to eq just your CD player is, CD out to EQ in, EQ out to receiver in.

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Power supply connection for pioneer eq-6500


top left - orange.....goes to aux or memory wire
top right - blue.......goes to the remote wire used with amps
bottom left - black.......goes to the ground wire
bottom right - red........this goes to your hot wire

May 31, 2009 | Pioneer EQ-6500 9-Band Car Equalizer

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What do the 2 blue wires hook up to? also on the back there is a switch nor-rev what is it and what does it do?


Blue goes to your head unit's blue wire. It switches the eq on when the head unit is switched on. It also gets tied into the amp's blue wire (if you are using an amp, and I guess you are since you have a passive eq...). The fact that there are 2 is just for conveinience I think (99% sure) If I recall one may have a white stripe, and the other none. If you want to be sure, with all power DISCONNECTED to everything, and the harness plugged into the EQ, use a multimeter to see if there is continuity (connection) between the 2 blue wires. Then you can rest assured they gave you a secind one just for a "pass thru" to your amps, but inside they are electrically connected, and are essentially the same piece of wire.

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