I was driving one day...and was listening to my music, when all of a sudden the deck just shut down. I checked my deck and amp fuses, and they are all right. the security light still comes up on the deck. I was wondering what the possibilities may be..?? The deck is KDC-MP4036U
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The "Front output" from the Pioneer deck would connect to the "Main In" on the Clarion EQ. I'm assuming that your Clarion EQ can only deal with one input, and will send the adjusted (equalized) signal out both of the outputs. The "Front output" from the Clarion EQ should go to the "Front Input" on the 4 channel amp. The "Rear output" from the Clarion EQ should go to the "Rear Input" on the 4 channel amp. The "Sub output" from the Pioneer deck would connect to the Left/Right Input on the Epicenter. The Left/Right Output on the Epicenter would need a Y-splitter for each side, so that you could connect each amp separately. One suggestion would be to use one sub amp for both subs.
Sounds like a conection problem. disconect all the cables clean the connectors with something like deoxit or any terminal cleaner. reconnect all cables making sure to make the correct conections. If you do not have a signal ground between your sub and amp you should consider it if it is a powered sub the signal ground can go to the preamp or whatever your driving it with.
maybe youre voltage is dropping? is it when your bass hits real hard or when you turn up the music real loud? or when ur using ur headlights, a/c and stuff like that? or maybe you just have a bad connection? id would check the connection first then id sit in a parking lot figuring what is on when it cuts off. then id cut off one accessory at a time to see. if your voltage is dropping you can get a new alternator or battery. just go to your local advanced auto store and have them check it. my email is m1chae11ane123@yahoo if u have any other questions. sorry u waited so long but i just found this site.
You will only use the front pre outs from the deck to plug into the only available input on the EQ. You will loose fading and subwoofer controls from the deck which is the main problem when using an eq. Then go from the eq to each of the 3 corresponding amplifiers (front, rear, sub). You will then use the eq as your control for ading front to back and sub control. Im sure by now you have it figured out anyway but if you need help, let me know. Be sure to leave good feedback so and get paid!!!!$$$