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Vrx Bass Tube Built in amplifier

I have connected everything properly but i think it si something wrong with amplifier, becouse can get any sound although the power led is on and the speaker separately is working...
And do anyone know which is the remote wire in car audio for Peugeot 306 1994?

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Re: Vrx Bass Tube Built in amplifier

Hi there mate, is the sub earthed? sometimes this might be the problem, also check that all the cables are correct in the amp, there should also be a switch on the amp to lower or increase the output, this maybe turned all the way off, the remote lead generaly is usualy the thin blue wire behind the head unit the best way to connect this to your amp remote wire is to simply go to your local halfords etc and get a little wire joining clip. then you can conect them. any other problems please ask


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