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Installing visonik bass system

How to run the wires to connect the amp and get power

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Re: installing visonik bass system

Here is a link to visonik to download manuals.

If you let me know your model number of the sub, vehicle make and model, and brand and model of headunit or CD player you have then i can provide wiring color codes, recommended wire routing locations, etc...

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I need help so ready to sell my system I guess I need to start over so let's take this one step at a time I have two kicker cvr dual voice coil 4 ohms n a closed pro box which amp would be a good fit and...

first get a good 2 channel amp,not to expensive,on back of your radio you have inputs and outputs,find remote wire for power to radio (should be blue or yellow wire)depending on your ride.output from radio,(rear/bass/)connect to amp with rca plugs=with remote wire,make sure you have good a ground to amp somewhere on the body of the ride if you dont run to much power you should be fine /if you do run more than100 watts get a good kit and complete this install.

Oct 14, 2014 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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We installed the amp and bass package and the subs are not nowhere near *** powerful we think its the amp and when the remote bass switch when we turn it it doesnt change

what product brand did you install. do you set the amps x-over and gains a sub sonic filter right
need to see if the amp is on check led light on amp. make sure your subs ohm load is correct for the amp.

let us an example fake amp 500x2channel max output 1000watts

if you wire your subs at 4 ohms you 250x2 rms stereo
if you wire your subs at 2 ohms you 500x2 rms stereo
if you wire your subs at 4 ohm mono you get 1000 watts

if you have the input voltage of 14.4 all the time at the amp

whats the equipment power

Oct 14, 2010 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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How do I hook up my 10 inch visonik sub woofers? they have 2 connections?

this is a dual voice coil sub. either have a 2 channel amp hook up to it. or have your mono amp have to sets of wires going out of it to your 2 connections. i dont suggest it but i have had one connection hooked up at a time played it when it blew hooked up the other connection as a back up. just make sure you have the right watt level for each voice coil.

Apr 14, 2010 | Visonik V10DV6W Car Subwoofer

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No bass in the sub

you could have a bad remote wire running to the amp or a bad remote circuit in your head unit, try connecting a small wire to the remote and jumper it to the power wire on the amp if this turns on the bass simply wire in a toggle switch and turn it off when you turn the car off so you dont drain the battery

Sep 11, 2009 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Have stock radio # F75F-19B131-AA its in a 1998 F250 need to know how and if i can hook up one Amp for the two door speakers, and if i can hook up an additional Amp for some subs. Ofcourse if radio can do...

You will need a line level converter for starters (takes speaker level signal and converts it to line level/RCA signal) you connect this to the speaker left/right wires and it has a RCA left right on other end to connect and run to your amps, (you need this box because factory radios don't have RCA outputs on them) At that point all you have to do next is run the power/gnd/rem for your amp and then speaker wires to your front/rear speaker and then sub (if using). You can use one of these converters for your front/back speakers so you will still have use of your front/back/left/right fading options. make sure you disconnect th factory plug/harness at each speaker since the amp will be powering them and you will run speaker wires to each speaker. If you only want one converter it will be on your front channel and your sub will be power by the front. (you will fade to front for more/less sub bass unless your amp has a separate volume/bass control). If you want your sub to fade with rear speakers you will need to install another converter off of the rear speakers. Found a site with some photos that may help you with your project.

Aug 18, 2009 | Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Does it sound hot cool and bad ***

Hello dylanholick,

Visonik is somewhat low-end car audio and band pass enclosures in general usually produce rather muddy and boomy bass. It will probably sound "bad", but not hot, and not cool.

If you aim is a good self-contained system with amp, sub and enclosure all in one, why not consider an Infinity Basslink, MTX Thunderlink, or perhaps a Bazooka. They're all available at for little more than you'll pay for the Visonik and any of them will definitely sound better.

Hope this helps.

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How do I install a Visonik Subwoofer Box to a Jeep Cherokee 99'? I am going to keep my factory radio and amplifier.

no you cant just use any subwoofer box you have to buy the box made for jeeps or you will lose all you bass

Jul 10, 2009 | Visonik V123BP Car Subwoofer

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Bass goes off when i turn up the volume

You need to install a heavier gauge wire to your amp and a capacitor. It works fine at low volumes because there is enough wattage from the battery to power the bass output of the amp but at higher volumes the amp does not have enough power.

Heavier gauge wire supplies more poer, and a capacitor stores a reserve of wattage for the amp to use so that it does not run out while blasting your tunes.

Jun 02, 2009 | Fusion FEW12PK Car Subwoofer

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Bass speaker start up noise

Hello anne845,

It sounds like the installer wired the amp remote turn-on terminal to an "accessory" lead in your vehicle. Many stock radios do not have a dedicated amp turn-or lead and the alternative is to connect the amp to a switched power source (ignition or accessory). This means the amp turns on whenever you turn on the vehicle ignition, often resulting in a thumping from the subs. It is a perfectly satisfactory alternative, and will not damage either the amp or the sub. But it's irritating.

If the thumping is objectionable, have your installer wire a SPST (Single Pole, Single Throw) toggle switch inline with the turn-on wire. The switch should be mounted so it is accessible by the driver, and whenever you turn on the radio, turn on the toggle switch.

Hope this helps.

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