I recently bought a new cd player, actually, it's a dvd player from tadibrothers.com . I found a output for the subwoofer and I have a set of RCA output for the front and a set for the back. I also have all the wires for front and rear speakers. I only use my A600HLX for my subwoofer, so no need to hook it up to the speakers.
My problem is that I don't know where to plug the subwoofer output (RCA type), and I don't have a remote output from the dvd player.
My best guess is that I should connect the rear RCA cables from the dvd player to the rear RCA input in the amplifier. For the remote part, well, be my guest.. what should I do??
Look for the power wire of the dvd player- connect the power wire(constant/yellow) regular way also hook a long 16ga wire(speaker wire etc...) together to the power wire and tape it up , for use as a (remote wire )for the amp. or look for a (power attenna) wire these can be also a (remote wire).
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Re: No remote from Cd player. What to do?
Thats a car dvd player right what u would do is to take the back of the unit and look for the female ends of rca's on the unit that they will say rear out put hook them up and run them to the amp and i dont get what u mean about the remote wire but let me no if that helps
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you rca hookup, back of cd player is rca out, at the amp it is rca in, make shure you hook up blue remote wire, also make shure you have a good ground if not amp will not turn on. if you run wires make shure you run power wire down one side of car and remote and rca down the other, This will keep all motor noise out of system.
Hi the RMT is short for remote and is connected to a 12v feed taken from the remote output from the cd player, it provides the 12v needed to turn the amplifier on when required & turns it off when the player is turned off. Do not connect this to a permanent 12v feed as the amp. will be on all the time & you will have a flat battery every morning!
The reason it used to cut-off at 60% volume as you said before, Is probably due to the "protection circuit mode" being tripped.
You can try resetting it by turning off your CD player ,removing the Batt( + ) and Gnd ( - ) terminals from the amp for a short period. Reconnect them Allow the amp to receive power but not switch on (keep cd player/remote power source off)
If you dont know how to wire the CD player to control the amps power status , the easiest way is to connect the 'power antenna' or similar low voltage throughput wire from the head-unit to the amp's Remote terminal.
My old amp did the same thing ,and would need to be powered off/on before resuming sound output, sometimes I had lots of trouble with the protect mode staying on , even with little or no sound output from headunit.
ok i think you might be lucky, i just had this problem for like 2 months.........k with your cd player on, get a multimeter turn it to DC volts, put the black probe on the ground of the amp and touch the red the power or remote, if its under 11 volts you found it....most likely its the fuse right off the battery check it at the far side with the multimeter......hopefully this helps
This sounds like a problem with the power input to the amplifier; it's possible, but unlikely, that your CD player is causing it.
Before you can do any real troubleshooting, you need a voltmeter. When your CD player is turned on, you should get a voltmeter reading of around 12 volts at the amplifier's remote terminal and B+ (power) terminal.
If your main power wire doesn't show voltage, check for a loose or corroded connection at the battery or fuseholder, and try replacing the fuse (even if it looks okay). If there's no voltage on the remote wire, it may be pinched or shorted between the CD player and the amplifier, or the CD player may be faulty. If you get a good voltage reading on both wires, but the amp won't turn on, then you have a problem in the amplifier.