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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenwood kdc x915 cd player
Hi there JT,
An Amp makes existing sound louder. If you aren't getting sound now, there's a problem.
From your description, it sounds like your stereo is going through all the motions, it looks and acts like it is functioning. Just no sound.
If that is wrong, let me know.
When you turn it on, do you hear anything from the speakers? White noise, a click, anything, any indication that they are hooked to any kind of power supply?
Let's do the basics (easiest) first:
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
The fact that your speakers have only one wire, indicates that they are the old negative ground type. You will have to buy new speakers, or try and connect the negative wires of your speaker wires from the radio to the car body (chassis) and try that. Normally you will get a bit of static when you start your engine
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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