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Bass ok i have bass with the tunner.But when i put a cd in i have no bass why???

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Davey32- O.k,it sounds like you are running subs,this happens if you have the wrong remote wire.You will have power to your amp,when the radio is on.You have to switch your remote lead,to the other blue wire.Try this and let me know I can help. cooltek Mar18/08

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