Don't know if this is specific to the deck, but I wired in the deck to my 94 4runner and for some reason I don't have any bass. I double checked the wiring and I'm pretty dang sure its right. Anyway, I also checked the speakers in the back where the bass usually comes out, and they are both fine. Is this a setting on the deck, or what?
I had this problem in my nissan truck and the solution was adjusting the fader setting.The tweeters and the larger speakers were separated in such a way that adjusting the fader setting fixed the problem
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you will need to access the bass and treble setting on the unit.
If you have stnadard speaker then dont put the bass to high as you can not turn the volume up high.
The same for the treble.
Set them at about the same and turn the volume up until it sounds good.
If it is to quiet then turn the treble and bass down and then the volume up more
Hi, Try to exchange one speaker connections only, unplug connector from speaker and put them + to - and - to + pins. In my opinion, both speakers are giving out of phase sound that cancels the bass sound, speaker connections should be same phase to get bass sound so just change connecting two wires at any one speaker, that will work. Thanks.
Could it possibly be a loose wire behind ur deck that connects itself when bass starts to hit? Just an idea of a possibility..otherwise check all possible fuses that could be responsible for the loss of power.
the trick is not to use you deck to control the bass. use the amplifier and set all you radio setting to 0 this will allow you to fine tune a little audio when you need to, make all your bass tuning setting at the amp. not the deck,
Its your settings on the amp. There is a noise filter to set it for bass or for high. Just move the switch. If it is set right turn the lph and vph the opposite way the it currently sits. That should fix your problem. If it doesn't check your stereo. If you have it ran through av cables to the back of the system it most likely has a bass filter built in. You have to get the high input wire clip and run it that way.
Press the mode button repeatedly to select BASS, TREBLE, SUBW, BALANCE, FADER, DEFEAT, AND VOLUME. When subwoofer mode is set to off, it's level cannot be adjusted. If DEFEAT is set to ON, the player returns to factory defaults. Turn the volume control to adjust the setting. If no adjustment is made within 5 seconds after selecting, the player returns to normal mode.
it seems like you connected the wrong remote wire to the amp.
Alpine has two remote wires.
BLUE (only) This is the pwr antenna remote wire,every time you insert a cd this remote wire,the pwr cut out.
BLUE/WHITE STRIPE This is the AMP REMOTE WIRE,THIS IS THE REMOTE WIRE THAT YOU NEED TO CONNECT TO THE AMP
LET ME KNOW IF IT WORKS
Remove the Audio inputs from the bass box to see if the thump is coming from the Audio input. Of course do this with everything turned on. What we are trying to figure out is where the thump is originating from. If the bass box does not thump when the audio inputs are disconnected, the thump is coming from somehwere between the bass box and the circuits inside the head unit.
If you still have the thump after the Audio input wires are disconnected, then your bass box's amplifier has noise problem. You might try getting a noise filter from best buy to put on the power supply feeding the bass box.
Look in your owners manual and make sure you are turning the right knobs or pushing the right buttons once you have the adjustment screen for the bass/treble showing. It could be that they use different knobs/buttons than the volume control. If you are using the right controls, then you have a problem that only a shop can fix. You might reset by taking away all the power (acc and bu) for a couple minutes and then reconnect, but if that doesn't help then it time to go to the shop.