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Where is the "amp" the blue/white wire runs to? I have a pioneer dvh-5000 dvd head unit. I also have a pioneer ipod bus and 2 pioneer rear monitors and one kenwood front monitor. All video components play normally. Today I tried to run my rear speaker off of one of two amps which I have in my car, but like a dummy, I think I pushe subwoofer sound through a rear speaker so I think I caused a feedback or something because none of my car speakers play any sound anymore. My subwoofer still works and my amps and capacitors still function normally from what I can see. The only issue is that speakers are not getting any sound. I have tried to disconnect the speaker I was trying to run off the amp but still nothing. I checked all the standard car fuses and none were blown. I checked as many wiring fuses as I could see, but I have so many wires from all the a/v equipment it's hart to tell. Is there a fuse I am missing or is my head unit sound output just fried?

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  • c_youngii Aug 26, 2010

    So it's possible that I blew up all of my speakers at the same time? Without any noise, distortion or popping sound occuring? Or is it mor likely I fried a speaker wire somewhere. My amp is still pushing my sub as normal. If everything is still wired as it was when it was working properly, where would you suggest the best place to start is? Speaker wiring near my head unit or closer to the speaker(s)? I have so much wiring behind my head unit now it is hard to tell what's going where....

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Blue wire is normally REMOTE amp wire, Which goes to back of ur stereo to enable the amp to switch on when music is playing.
Check all speakers for blown/touching wires and make sure its correctly wired
Amp Wiring
RED = Battery Black = To body of car near to amp as possible so shorter distance BLUE = Remote amp wire to back of stereo Aux IN/OUT = To back of stereo.
Then speaker wires + and - to the bass boxes
DON'T Wire to your speakers + wire speakers to car stereo will make em blow up.

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    Simon Swales Aug 26, 2010

    Try use cable ties to clean up behind your unit to keep it clean as if all messy when moving it in and out dash wires just pull and make problems.

    Also you would need to check near speakers plus take them out and test on a hi-fi system in your house on low volume so you don't blow them and see if there working,
    If working then try wire em to unit without the speaker wiring built into car, If still working then its wiring has blown or touched somewhere if not working then could have blew your unit.

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    Simon Swales Aug 26, 2010

    If your sub is still working it could just be blown wire somewhere or blown speakers, Its easier and cheaper to check all speakers before determining that there blown.

  • c_youngii Aug 27, 2010

    Thanks, will do... as a matter of fact I already tried the rear speakers in my home receiver and they worked so I'm thinking its the speaker wiring built into the car

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