Question about Fusion FEW12PK Car Subwoofer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AMPLIFIER PROBS
there are only three wires that control whether the amp powers on or not. battery, ground and remote. if any one of those are not hooked up correctly and securely then the amp will not turn on. the ground point needs to be clean to be good. and u might want to make sure none of the wires have a break in them
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
This is the connection directly to your automobiles battery. It should be a fused connection rated to about 15% higher than the fuse installed in your amplifier.
This wire should be just as thick as the 'Batt + or B+ or Positive' wire. This wire can attach to any solid clean metal connation in the vehicle. Usually a trunk latch.
This wire is a thin 12V wire that will come from the deck. It's a signal wire that tells the amplifier to turn on.
Low level inputs are in the form of RCA connectors and will require that your deck or head unit has low level or RCA outputs. High-level inputs are used for stereos that don't have low level or RCA outputs. They work by taking an audio signal directly from the vehicles speakers and then amplifying it as necessary.
Match the + and - these with the appropriate connectors on the speaker box. Red means + and Black means -.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
The green wires are for signal input to the included amp and should be connected to a pair of RCA preamp outputs on your head unit. The thin blue wire connects from "remote" on the amp to a switched 12V output on the head unit (usually blue or blue/white). The red wire is for power and goes through the fuse to positive battery. You also need to connect the amp terminal marked "ground" to the metallic chassis of your vehicle, within a distance of about 1/2 meter or less. There's usually a short piece of wire with black insulation included in most amp wiring kits. If your Fusion sub did not come with such a wire, you can use any wire that is the same gauge (or bigger) than the red power wire.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
SOURCE: sub making noise without input
Hi there guys, i dont have this problem ,but i do have the EN-AT1100 encounter 10" and cant get the thing to work at all. The six pin plug for the power (12V+), earth (GND) and accesories (REM) are all muddled up as i never bough it with the original leads. Can any of you help me out with the wiring on how to connect it? is there two wires for (12V+), two wires for earth (GND) and just one wire for accessories (REM)?
Hope you can help thanks.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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