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This is the same as a home speaker system, if installing an amp and sub you need to make sure you have a pre-out on your cd/tape/radio head unit. this will look like a red and white hole usally with l and r on it,
you will need to run a male phono to phono lead from the head unit to the amp, You will also need to run a fused live 12v from your battery to the amp live input (red wire) and a remote (usally blue) from your head unit to the amp (make sure you run the live ond remote on opisite sides of the car to the phonos as they can interfere with each other).
you also need to run an earth/ground to your amp, this must not be to long, i normaly just un srew a screw in the boot and connect it to that.
once this is done you can wire up your sub to the amp making sure to match - to - and + to plus.
hope this helps

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Why does my 1999 chrysler sebring convertible JXi with amp under pass front seat, all speakers work except for the 2 front door speakers and the speakers are not the problem, they work fine everywhere


Most likely the amp. Manufacturers just don't seem to put these in spots that are dry. Behind the kick panel on the passenger side, this is where most water comes in. Under the seat, because water sits in/on the floor board it causes very high humidity. the other is in the truck, which also leaks and stores high humidity. And of course, they don't make them weather/water proof because the amp is inside the car. Thing is, you can't bypass the amp. The radio needs it to run the speakers. No amp, No sound. Your three options are, 1 replace the amp to get the door speakers. 2 repair the amp. 3 replace the radio and still have to bypass the amp. The speaker wires run from the radio to the amp from the amp to the speakers. So you will have to splice in a new radio, and splice the speakers wires at the amp. Hope this helps.

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I have a akai 4000ds m-2. Does it have internal sreakers or do I need to connect external ones?


Nope, needs an amplifer and speakers. Connect it to any conventional audio system.

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Speaker of my acer aspire 4530 laptop has stopped working. I install drives but still get the same problem. Need help.


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I paid $20 last night to talk to someone. He told me how to hook up the Lux DMH110 but when i hooked it up this morning the heater came on when i put it on COOL and the fan just come on when i put it on...


If you have this type of system your thermostat will not work;
  • Multi-Stage Heat Pumps
  • 3 Wire Hydronic Systems
  • Line Voltage Systems (120/240 VAC)

  • This thermostat is only for this type of HVAC systems;
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  • 1 Stage Heat/1 Stage Cool: Gas, Oil, Electric, or Single Stage Heat Pump Systems
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    1. Never connect a low voltage thermostat to line voltage.
    Two wires control a heat only system.
    1. Connect one wire to W and the other to RH.
    Two wires control a cool only system.
    1. Connect one wire to RC and the other to Y.
    Three wires for forced air heat only system, where the previous thermostat
    did not have a clock or timer.
    1. The previous RH or RC wire is the 24-volt transformer wire. Connect it to RH. Leave jumper connecting RH to RC. Connect the forced air heat system to W, and the fan wire to G.
    Three wires for a heat only, forced
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    clock or timer.
    1. This system employ 3 wire zone valves. Currently no Lux controls are compatible with this system.
    Three wires control a heat only, forced water system that DID have a clock or timer.
    1. Tape off and do NOT install any clock or timer wire. Often they are labeled C or TC. Install the remaining two wires, one to RH and the other to W.
    Four wires control a heat only system,
    and two of the wires operate clock or timer. The other two wires operate the heater.
    1. Tape off and do NOT install any clock or timer wire. Often they are labeled C or TC. Install the remaining two wires, one to RH and the other to W. The jumper connecting RH to RC may remain or be removed.
    Two wires control heating AND cooling.
    1. Currently no Lux controls are compatible with this system.
    Three wires control heating and cooling. One wire operates heat, one operates cooling and the third provides 24 VAC.
    1. Connect the 24-volt power wire to RH. Install a jumper connecting RH to RC. This jumper is usually pre-wired. connect the heat wire to W, and the cooling wire to Y.
    Three wires control a cooling only system. One wire operates the compressor, one operates the fan and the third provides
    24 VAC.
    1. Connect the 24-volt power wire to RC. Connect the cooling wire to Y and the fan wire to G.
    Four wires control a heating and cooling, electric, gas or oil, forced air system that
    is NOT a heat pump.
    1. Connect the 24 VAC transformer wire to RH or RC. Install a jumper connecting RH to RC This jumper is often prewired. Connect the heat wire to W, the cooling wire to Y. and the fan wire to G.
    Four wires control a Single Stage Heat Pump. They were labeled: G, Y, R or
    RH or RC, With either B or was used.
    1. Do not connect wires to both B and O. Connect the reversing valve wire to B or O, just as the previous thermostat. Install a jumper wire from RH to RC. Connect 24 VAC wire to RH too. Install a second jumper wire from W to Y. Connect compressor wire to Y and the fan wire to G.
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    I have a grey sreaker icon on my psp but only when i plug in my head phones and when i have them pluged in the sound stays as high as it can go so i cant turn it down but when i unplug them i can mess with...


    It may be the type of head phones you are using. Try using a different pair. Also, check and see if your headphones have a volume control or a mute button on them. Your PSP may be at max volume but if your headphones have a seperate volume control that may cause the volume to be real low.

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    zeus_s007- This is a pretty technical,request so i hope you understand my instructions. I hope the harness plug is present,this makes it easier.First of all i'll give you the wire colors,there are a couple the same color and we will start there.
    tan-left front speaker-positive
    gray-left front speaker-negative
    light green-right front speaker-pos.
    dark green-right front sreaker-neg.
    brown-left rear speaker-pos.
    yellow-left rear speaker-neg.
    dark blue-right rear speaker-pos.
    light blue-right rear speaker-neg.
    orange-12volt constant-memory
    black-ground
    yellow- 12volt key switched-may be bigger than yellow speaker wire-we can check the wires,will explain later.
    gray - dash dimmer
    brown-dash dimmer
    You don't need the last 2 mentioned,any others left over not needed.
    The safest way to check the 2 brown,grey,and yellow is to use a AA battery, as a speaker tester.You take the colored wires for the speakers and touch the AA battery to them. For example you know the 2blue ones are right rear wires-so take the AA battery and touch one blue to the one end of the AA battery and the other end to the other blue wire, you will hear static on that speaker.This will let you know the 2 proper wires for the speaker,no static -wrong wire.you only have to do this for the grey,brown,and yellow wires.Well I hope I don't confuse you,if your not sure,let me know.Good luck, happy wiring.
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    i think it depends on the speaker itself, it should say on the back the sreaker, most likely on the magnet, what ohm the speaker is.

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