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Ive wired my fusion amp and sub but no sound is being played

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The orange wire, where do I conect it?

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Is amp on? if so, check levels. turn um up.

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SOURCE: i have a fusion sub and amp and have no

Hello nicole_murra,

The green wires are for signal input to the included amp and should be connected to a pair of RCA preamp outputs on your head unit. The thin blue wire connects from "remote" on the amp to a switched 12V output on the head unit (usually blue or blue/white). The red wire is for power and goes through the fuse to positive battery. You also need to connect the amp terminal marked "ground" to the metallic chassis of your vehicle, within a distance of about 1/2 meter or less. There's usually a short piece of wire with black insulation included in most amp wiring kits. If your Fusion sub did not come with such a wire, you can use any wire that is the same gauge (or bigger) than the red power wire.

Hope this helps.

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I have got the Fusion FJL-1211 Class D Amplifier.When i turn the music up the amp switches off and back on until i reduce the volume and it plays fine.


your overloading the amp and its going into protect mode. turn the bass down on the deck or adjust the controls on the amp itself. get lower power rated sub(s) or more powerful amp since you won't be able to push the sub(s) you have with that one since the sub(s) is/are pulling too much power from the amp.

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Power going to amp and wired correctly but sub wont work


Well if your amp is connected corectly .Your sub, is not connected try open from the box and check it needs to rewired.once's the sub, is conneted properly it should sound.

Jan 05, 2010 | Fusion FEW12PK Car Subwoofer

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I have a 900 watt amp and 2 12" fusion subs.will this sound good?


Yes. It should sound good.
Try in the trunk, facing the back of the seats.
A simple Infinite Baffle/Free Air setup, should work fine.

Jan 04, 2010 | Fusion FEW12PK Car Subwoofer

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I have a fusion sub and amp and have no instructions on how to wire this can somone please help ive got green wires red wire and a small thin blue wire


Hello nicole_murra,

The green wires are for signal input to the included amp and should be connected to a pair of RCA preamp outputs on your head unit. The thin blue wire connects from "remote" on the amp to a switched 12V output on the head unit (usually blue or blue/white). The red wire is for power and goes through the fuse to positive battery. You also need to connect the amp terminal marked "ground" to the metallic chassis of your vehicle, within a distance of about 1/2 meter or less. There's usually a short piece of wire with black insulation included in most amp wiring kits. If your Fusion sub did not come with such a wire, you can use any wire that is the same gauge (or bigger) than the red power wire.

Hope this helps.

Sep 08, 2009 | Fusion FEW12PK Car Subwoofer

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I have a 2channell FE-402 fusion amp,with a fusion sub,and a set of vibe k-series 69's that have a max power of 525 watts. I tryed wiring the sub with the speakers and the speakers sound fine but the sub...


Hello jackstephens,

It's an either/or situation. The FE-402 can be set up to drive normal speakers in stereo, OR drive a sub when both channels are bridged. When the LP filter is on, it benefits the sub at the expense of the normal speakers. And with the filter off, the subs get the full range of frequencies and try as best they can to reproduce them. You might try running it with the LP on, in stereo with the 6X9's paralleled to one channel (2ohm load), and the sub connected to the other channel (?ohm load).

But my recommendation would be to use the Fusion amp the drive the 6X9's and get a dedicated monoblock for the sub.

Hope this helps.

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Subs sound terrible (Ive tried so many things)


NO it won't be your battery. Sounds more like your deck.

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Fusion sub..


check the impedenc on amp and speakers.if speakers have lower ohm the amp cant push them also can cause damage to amp.how do you have everything wired must be specific.high level inputs,rca,.how is the radio and amp wired together,where are you getting power sup[ply from and how?
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