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Re: how do I install my pioneer stereo?
This way should work : connect the OUTPUT of stereo ( ke-4535) to the INPUTS of GRAPHIC EQUALIZER ,then the speaker outputs of the GRAPHIC EQUALIZER to speakers , in this order you have control to adjust the sound coming from the PIONEER stereo . hope this helps
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power wire from batt fused to positive on amp .earth wire eg - to bare
metal in car with bolt or screw. remote wire from amp to remote wire on
back of head unit mostly blue wire it tells amp when to turn on then
you need a set of rca cables to send sound from head unit to amp they
go in subout if you wanna use sub or rear or front out for full sound
best thing is to buy amp kit cheaper most the time and all you need
there hope this helps
You should be able to use your RCA output (Line Out) from your Pioneer to the input of your PWM-16. Then take the PMW output to an amplifier and then to your speakers. Your EQ only uses RCA's so an amplifier after
it would really bring the sound to life. The amp need not be huge as you have an output for subs also. You could try a line converter to change the RCA lines to speaker wire connections. Not sure if the output would be enough to power a speaker but it's worth a try.
hi input wiring hooks up to speaker wire outputs on the stereo. in 2008 chrysler has no ignition or accessory outputs. everything is digital, if you use a trunkloc from PAC electronics you will be able to hookup your outputs from the deck into this unit and it will provide you with the RCA, and remote power output needed for your system to operate. the factory deck should have battery and ground at the plug but no acc.
Hey Alexis! Not very much information can be found online for your specific model, however, this website gives general setup instructions for car stereo amps. Your model doesn't seem to have anything out of the ordinary so hopefully this guide helps you out some!
you failed to list the model of your Pioneer stereo!! I will assume that you have a Pioneer radio from a few years back and it may have only 2 sets of RCA pre-outs. If this is the case, then it has a front set and a rear set. The rear set can be selectable as rear/sub. This is done from Pioneer's main menu which is accessible when the radio is shut off with the key on by hitting the "func" key. Visit www.pioneerelectronics.com and check the support section. You can download a pdf file of your instruction manual with your model number.
If the unit is old, I would start a he beginning and check the wiring connections. A lot of people use electrical tape without solder and it always works itself apart. Pay very close attention to the ground wire because it could be a common ground type system, meaning the battery ground is used for the speakers as well as the power for the eq.