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Some of those unit have a pin in the power connection that require signal for the illumination lights in the unit

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Here is what there is 6 wires come out an go to a plug , yellow white, black,brown,grey,purple. Then the other cluster is black, blue, green , white, brown , an grey.

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Wire Colors


Brown - Right Signal In

Gray - Right Out (-)

Pink - Right Rear Out

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Black wire is ground, Red with 5a fuse is hot. Green/black is L Ground BTL, Grey /black is right ground BTL, the RCAs are left and right low level inputs. Then there is the 5 pin connector. It has a red wire for +12v, two black wires for input grounds, a green wire for left Hi input and a gray wire for right high input. If you install using traditional common ground high level, then you don't used the two BTL wires. Just connect the wires from your 5 pin connctor. If you use the low level RCAs for inputs, then you only need to connect the red and black from your 5 pin connector.(Plus the main red and black) Make sure the switched on the bottom of your EQ are set correctly. COM for common ground and LOW for RCA input or High for Green/Gray wire input. If you are using a floating ground the select BTL and connect the two BTL wires to the floating grounds of your stereo. There is also a line input adjuster so you can adjust your input sensitivity to match your reciever. I have the owners manual if you have any other questions.

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Which wires are my ground, hot, speaker and so on which colors are which?


your ground would be black yellow is constant battery power red is acc switch from ignition. blue is remote turn on for amplifier green pair white pair purple pair and grey pair are all speaker wires. FR FF RF RR etc

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Wiring diagram for BOSS AVA 1209 equalizer. It was given to me dont know where the 4 wires connect red,black,white,last wire is orange or pink.


Your wiring is as follow's :

The Red wire is your (+) Positive that connect's to the power source
The Black wire is your (-) Negative that connect's to the ground
The Orange wire is your Auxillary (+) that turn's on Amplifier's or Power Ant.

You should have a Green wire, a Green wire with a White stripe,a Gray wire, and a Gray wire with White stripe

The Green wire is the LEFT channel input (+)
The Green/White wire is the LEFT channel input (-)
The Gray wire is the RIGHT channel input (+)
The Gray/White wire is the RIGHT channe (-)

(BE SURE THAT YOU CONNECT THE RED (+) AND BLACK(-) WIRES BEFORE YOU CONNECT THE ORANGE WIRE TO AN AUX SOURCE OR YOU WILL BLOW THE INTERNAL FUSE !!!)


PS. I have no idea where that White wire you mentioned goes.

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THE UNIT YOU ARE USE HAVE SPEAKER IN AND OUT WIRES LOOK AT THE INSTRUCTION AT THE BACK OF THE EQ AND DECIDE HOW YOU WANNA USE THE EQ

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sloth...

funny seeing this question posted here... I worked at Phoenix Gold for 4 years, and I can help you with your problem.

when the BassCUBE was designed, the engineers didnt realize that a standard phone cable is what we call a "flipped cable", where if you were to lay the cable flat without any twists in it, on one end the connector would be tab up, and the other end would be tab down. on a standard RJ11 plug (the phone plug), the telephone requires that the pinout is as follows:

#1 - Black
#2 - Red
#3 - Green
#4 - Yellow

But the BassCUBE needs a non-flipped cable, which are hard as heck to find... so I will give you the quick easy fix.

You need a 2-line (4-wire) telephone cable that has a black, a red, a green, and a yellow wire in side it, and you will need 4 crimp caps or other way to splice the wires back together. You then need to cut the wire in half, and carefully seperate and strip each wire on each piece of the cable. Call one piece "Part A", and the other piece "Part B". Then you need to splice the cable back together as below.

Part A Part B

Black ------------------> Yellow
Red --------------------> Green
Green -----------------> Red
Yellow ----------------> Black

Once you have done this, and your SURE that your splice is good (not shorted out), then go ahead and plug your modified cable into the BassCUBE and its remote control, power it up, and you should be good to go.



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Automax 7 band car equalizer


hola, first have tranlate for spanish a english, mira yo tengo el mismo ecualizador, las entradas son (input) el rojo (red) es (+) y el negro (black) (-), el verde (green) es el canal izquerdo (left) y el gris (grey) es el canal derecho (right) eso es toda la entrada, los comunes o los negativos de las salidas del stereo no se conectan (las salidas del stereo tienen que conectarse como si fuera un sistema de solo 2 bocinas a la entrada del ecualizador), las salidas (output) serian azul (blue) comun izquerdo (L-),blanco (white) izquerdo frontal(+ front L), cafe (brown) izquerdo trasero (+ rear L), naranjo (orange) comun derecho (R-) ,violeta (violet) derecho trasero ( + rear R), amarillo (yellow) derecho frontal (+ front R)

para que quede mas claro

input:
red (+)
black (-)
green (L)
grey (gris) (R)

output

Right
violet (Rear)
yellow (Front)
orange (-) R comun

Left
brown (Rear)
wihte (blanco) (Front)
blue (-) L comun

ojala que este post aun te sirva, saludos desde Chile

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red - power
Black - Ground
Blue/Black - rear Left Speaker Positive
Blue - Rear Left Speaker Neg
White/ Black - Front Left Speaker Positive
White - Front Left Speaker Neg
Brown/Black - Rear Right Speaker Positive
Brown - Rear Right Speaker Neg
Yellow/Black - Front Right Speaker Positive
Yellow - Front Right Speaker neg
Green - Left Input Positive
Green/White Left input Neg
Gray Right Input Positive
Gray/White - Right input Neg

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