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Faulty speakers or deck

When i use my rear speakers (clarion) my deck(jvc kdg 720) stops outputing sound and i have to shut it off and unplug the speakers to make it work is it the deck or the speakers this is the second set of speakers that i had.

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  • cheyner Mar 18, 2008

    im about to take my deck apart, it will play the music, as in i see the level going as if listening to music, but not even static comes out of the speakers, i thought it was my harness but i hooked my deck up via the rca cables and its still the same thing, please somebody help, i literally only listen to musci in my car and this is making me insane

  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2009

    It worked today... This unit has been cutting out and lights on deck stay on. If i fiddle with volume nob it sometimes works? This started after driving over bumpy Michigan bumps, oh we call them roads...

  • Jason Mathis May 11, 2010

    A solution to these problems could be a number of things. Are you hooking up an aftermarket radio to a factory system that has an amp(s)? Jombi:it sounds like you have a short somewhere in your systems rear speaker wiring. Trace that wiring down and rewire if necessary. Cheyner: do you have an external amp in your system or are you using the internal one in the radio? If your speakers are connected to the radios speaker outputs then you'd be powering them off the internal amp. By saying you hooked the radio up with rca cables would mean that you are sending a preamp signal to an outboard amplifier. The speakers would then have to be wired to the speaker outputs of the external amp to get sound. Make sure you're using preamp outputs designed for the purpose at hand: Are you wanting fullrange sound or are you trying to power a sub? Check to make sure you're using the correct set of preamp outputs and check your radios menu to verify that they are turned on. Check your fader settings too and stay sane!

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The speakers are probably grounding out somehow, check the connections or for rust, my door speakers were rusty and grounded out, i just wrapped some electrical tape around the parts that touched the doors and i havent had any problems since, good luck, i went 6 months befoe i figured it out, i hope tis helps

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