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You will only be able to use this EQ on the front or the rear speakers. You will have to get another EQ if you think you need one. Usually, the front speakers of a car's audio system are the smallest and the rears are larger. You really do not want an EQ on the subs. If it was mine, I would hook the EQ between the head unit and the rear speakers. If you feel this does not sound right, you may need, but I doubt it very much, to get another EQ for the front speakers. Good Luck
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.
I would suggest you mdisconnect the rear speakers from the amp, take a 9volt battery and click te speakers on at a time. If proble duplicated, the you have the left speaker tied to the right somewhere.
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.
What kind of eq is it? First thing I would do is hook up the +12 and GND to the same place the amp is hooked up. I think the eq is having a hard time getting ample current, therefore shutting off all the way when the bass hits. Caps are good, but second battery and battery isolator are far superior.