Hi!!! I'm looking for a car equalizer with FOUR RCA INPUTS as for being able to adjust my car system in a balanced manner (4Ch=2/Front & 2/Rear) channels but I'm in doubt if this model has FOUR RCA INPUTS. This is because I'm convinced (Not necessarily right) that using an Eq. W/2Ch. Ins. I'll have Eq. control over just one (F or R) music content. Am I right? Please comment. Thanks, Manuel Email; email@example.com
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Instructions Hook up an RCA patch cable between the output of your car's stereo receiver and the graphic equalizer's RCA inputs. Use stereo cables with male RCA connectors. Connect the equalizer's outputs to the RCA inputs of your amplifiers. How many cables you need will depend upon the number of amps in the system. In most cases, you'll need two to three to connect the equalizer to the inputs of your amplifiers. Hook up the equalizer to 12-volt power. Use the same power connections you used to connect your amplifiers and receiver. The equalizer's yellow wire should be connected to a constant power source, one that is not switched off with the ignition, and the red wire (not always present) to a switched 12-volt power source. Splice the wires by stripping the insulation off the end of each wire and then soldering or crimping them together. Connect the equalizer's blue "turn-on" lead to the receiver's blue wire. This turns the equalizer on when the receiver is powered up.
Yes you can use the equalizer without an amplifier. That is what the high level speaker inputs are for. You simply take the positive and negative from a speaker and hook it up to the positive and negative high level speaker inputs on the equalizer.
check the rca cables on the back to see if you might have the sub woofer cable in wrong rca spot
this is how it should be wired from your radio front output a set of rca cables go to the radio input of the eq. if you have sub out on radio it will not be used ... eq takes place of it ... turn off subout on radio ... to use eq or preamp you must have at 2 amps 1 for mids and tweets and 1 for subs to work eq right
then from the eq you have another set of rca cables comming from the front output to your mids and tweet amp and then if you dont have a second amp u wont need rear output move over to the suboutput and run a set of rca cables from eq's sub output to sub amp this is how the audio cable section should be connected if you still dont get it to work proper then then it has a electronic issue and need to warranted out if still in warranty or buy new one .... here is a link to the install manual with a wire diagram for repair shop .....http://www.poweracoustik.com/pa2006/manual%20and%20catalog/Processors/PWM-20.pdf
i believe you need to be running an aftermarket amplifier to use this E.Q. does it only have RCA inputs and outputs on the back of it? if it does, you'll need to run the rca's out of the radio into the E.Q. then run the rca out's from the E.Q. to the inputs of your amplifier. and of course there's probably a constant 12v, a switched 12v, and a ground you'll have to wire up.
Hook the signal source to the equalizer input and the equalizer output signal to one of the signal inputs on your amp. This is one way, but this way only one signal source will go through the equalizer (unless it has several signal inputs and a source selector switch).
The other way (inserting the equalizer between the preamp and the main amp) is:
If your amp has RCA connectors on the back named "preamp out" (or similar) and "power amp in" (or similar) that have slugs connecting them, remove the slugs, hook the "preamp out" signals from the amplifier unit to the signal inputs on the equalizer and outputs from the equalizer to the "power amp in" inputs on the amplifier.
Basically, what you do is that you insert the equalizer between the preamplifier section and the power amp section of the integrated amplifier so that you can still select the signal source without having to switch any signal cables (however, i can't say if your amp has got this type of "slug" connection feature between the preamp and the power amp on the rear panel, so i'm not sure which way you'll have to hook it up).
You should be able to use your RCA output (Line Out) from your Pioneer to the input of your PWM-16. Then take the PMW output to an amplifier and then to your speakers. Your EQ only uses RCA's so an amplifier after
it would really bring the sound to life. The amp need not be huge as you have an output for subs also. You could try a line converter to change the RCA lines to speaker wire connections. Not sure if the output would be enough to power a speaker but it's worth a try.
no those wire is not for speakers out put that for signal in put only if there is rca jack follow the instruction and run your cable if your dont know dont guess you will burn unit audio out put if install wrong
hookup the remote wire of your EQ to that of the HU or just simply connect it to the positive line but it would make your EQ powered ON all the time. That remote wire of your EQ is to get a trigger signal from the HU so that it will turn the EQ "on".
I Think You Should First Reinstall Your Car System And then you can try it again
if you are not successful in doing this then you should replace your car battery or check your battery terminals
thanks i hope it will help you