Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
On the right side of your display you will see a pair of buttons in the upper part of the face. These two buttons are vertical. The bottom button of those two is the SW/Bass button. Press this button and it switches the display to the subwoofer menu . Check the settings here to make sure the subwoofer output is turned on. Each time you press it, it should change menu setting. If you press and hold, it will change to the bass boost menu.
If this does not help you to turn on the subwoofer, it could be an internal problem in the radio that would need to be checked by a professional. Many of these Pioneer radios have an internal fuse that can open up. It is not the type of fuse you could change yourself. It is a surface mounted fuse that is very tiny and does not look like a fuse at all. It would require very good soldering skills to replace and knowledge of this particular component just to locate it.
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Go to Radio shack and get you an adapter that will take an earphone jack and convert it to RCA male. You use this to simulate the signal coming from the reciever. Hook up to a Cd player or Walkman, anything with an earphone output jack. Test that the device actually puts out music or anything worth listening to. Connect the device to the input of your amp, with the car running, and the reciever turned on.. This will tell yo if the signal is getting from the reciever to the amp. You may not be getting signal from the head unit.
If you still get no sound to the woofers, dsisconnect the woofers and try a different speaker. If that speaker dont work, Change setting and switches., and if you still get no sound, then your amp is toast.
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