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My alpine cda9885 plays my subs when the tuner setting is on but nothing else, The amp turns off when I switch between the settings and doesn't turn on until on the tuner.

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Sounds like you have the antenna remote wire (blue) instead of the amp remote wire (blue/white stripe) turning the amp on. the antenna remote turns off when the radio is switched to cd mode.

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You did not specify your install specifics, but the trouble is probably the head unit "remote turn-on" lead. Some head units will have both a power antenna and a remote lead. If you inadvertently wired the amp turn-on to the power antenna lead, it can cause the problem you described.

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