20 Most Recent Fusion FEW12PK Car Subwoofer Questions & Answers

RJ12 6P6C to RJ12 6P6C Cross Over Cable Plug (RJ11 6 wire) BLACK 3m The cable you need is above you will probs need a 5 metre cable if it's in your boot they cost about 3 to 5 pounds online.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Dec 22, 2017

If the sub doesn't appear to have any damage like broken surround or a torn spider then I would suspect the amp may be having problems. What impedance are the speakers, what impedance can the amp handle, how do you have it wired to the amp?

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Feb 26, 2014

The speaker coil is probably blown. Measure the coil with an Ohm meter and see if you get a low resistance reading - if you don't get any reading, then it's blown.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jan 30, 2011

the rem input (probably a blue wire) is what tells your amp to come on. the power supply is the red wire, that means that the amp is powered. it is not 'on' until the remote (rem) wire is powered. It acts like a power button or switch that is controlled by your unit. there are ways around conventional wiring if you have trouble getting your unit out.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jan 29, 2011

The blue remote lead hooks up to your stereo head unit in the dash...when you turn the radio on the remote lead becomes hot(+12V) to turn the amplifier on...without the remote lead the amplifier would stay on all the time and would then drain your battery...the blue lead is a turn on signal sent tot the amp

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jan 20, 2011

need new subs the connection wire to the cone is bad

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Oct 28, 2010

Check and re check the grounds. You need a good solid ground. Sound simple, but we always seem to overlook the obvious... or Possibly the deck has a high output(rms watts) and is overpowering the inputs on the amp. In this case use a line out converter.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Aug 25, 2010

The best place is to go to any store like halfords or maplin, or a lot cheaper if you wanna wait is ebay, many fusion amps/ active subs need special wiring !!!£80 from them direct only way, or you can go to maplin and get this product: A21GF (power supply extender 24pin) then cut off the three columns you need and the top and bottom of each are the respective 12v positive input remote and earth, cut the wires off half way and twist the top and bottom together, then add the twisted wires to your normal sub cables. make sure you use insulation tape around the naked wires for quality and stop it short curciting

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jun 14, 2010

check all your supply wiring's specially the one that is connected directly to the positive terminal of your battery, it has to be of enough gauge to supply your amplifier's wattage, and it is has to be properly grounded to the body of your car.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jun 09, 2010

Green light on amp?? Seems like your amp is going into thermal overload. Check your power connections, and make sure there are no shorted wires. Hope this helps.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Apr 23, 2010

I could explain a hundred different things to you on how to do it, but the best way to look this up and actually see with your own eyes is to go to car audio websites. Here are 2 that are the best in my opinion:



Hope this helps and good luck!

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Mar 14, 2010

im not sure what is wrong but i do know if you keep it hooked to subs it will fry them because that happened to my friends jackhammer amp and 2 12" mtx jackhammers

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Mar 13, 2010

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.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Feb 27, 2010

the12volt.com will have your answers.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Feb 25, 2010

go to the manufactures website or go to a best buy or jo dies they can help

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jan 16, 2010

Well if your amp is connected corectly .Your sub, is not connected try open from the box and check it needs to rewired.once's the sub, is conneted properly it should sound.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jan 05, 2010

Yes. It should sound good.
Try in the trunk, facing the back of the seats.
A simple Infinite Baffle/Free Air setup, should work fine.

Fusion FEW12PK... | Answered on Jan 05, 2010

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