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Equalizer I hav a alpine 3318 equalizer that was working when i removed it from another car but now when i hook the rcas up it should turn on right? how come it doesnt? im pretty sure the rcas are its power sorce but correct me if im wrong. thanx

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    Kenneth Behrman Apr 25, 2008

    is the din plug the line in? all the equalizer has is a dimmer, remote cable, line in (but there was no connector when i remvoed it from the car) line out front, line out rear, and sub out, thats it do i need the line in cable if i use the rcas? there are no other possible solutions i can think of should i splice into the line in? or cut of a line out cause the line in is a female connector and all the rest are male.

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Need help? I have on of these that work fine for me

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  • pdlnwhl May 02, 2008

    only needs one power to blue and there are two wires to connect in the din plug.

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The alpine unit needs power at 3 locations. It gets constant and ignition thru a din plug and the blue accessory wire

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