Question about Alpine CDE-7856 CD Player
I've hooked up my subs and turned the sub channel "on" and set setting up to +15 (highest level it will go) and with radio jacked all the way up (35), it barely has any signal coming to the amp. Got any ideas? Any help would be appreciated.
The connections to the amp seem to be all wrong .check the wiring again.Does your deck have a seperate sub woofer output ?If it does , just connect one sub, i repeat, just one sub,and see the output.
check the GAIN control on the amp.it should be 2/3rds of the max volume of the cd player.check it is not zero!
Set the amp to the L.P.F. position.
bye .happy listening.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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