Question about Car Audio & Video
What do i do because there is no sound coming out from any of the speakers and its not the wiring either
I had the same problem until a radio install tech told me to hook up the blue and white stripe wire. This turns on the audio amp.It works great now.
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
A quick way to tell is to measure the voltage on each speaker wire. If it is a High Power unit, you should have approx 6-7 volts on each speaker wire. If not, then the chip is definatly blown.
Chances are high with no sound that it is blown, unless it is a Pioneer, they have voltage sense circuits that will mute audio if all power supply rails are not present. Change it and see is the best approach. Any questions you may have I am happy to answer. I have worked on this sort of gear for years. A FixYa rating would be awesome
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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