Question about Car Audio & Video
If you have high quality after market speakers with a lower impedance (2 ohm and 4 ohm) versus the factory speaker impediance (8 ohm 12 ohm and 16 ohm) your headunits sound out device is probably fried inside your head unit. that or all your speaker leads are fowling out at the same time which i would find that hard to believe. But the good new is, some of the newer head units have a low impediance fail safe, so you could have one speaker that is fowled out that is sending the head unit into protection mode which is muting the output until the fowled wires are cleared. Disconnect your speakers and turn the head unit up playing a cd or something, then connect each speaker one by one. You should have sound. hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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