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Lose wire with 6Wires connector... need diagrams of pin out

Hi ! i lose wire with 6wires connector. I try to find diagrams of pin out, but impossible, if someone of you can tell me wich wire is connected where in the connector of the Sub amp. Thanks a lot !

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  • iqshop Jan 18, 2008

    hello all , i have the same problem with this subwoofer but i cant imagine the pin scheme with this discription

    ( look for enclosure , the up side down etc )



    my friend inferno77

    can you post a scheme the way we must look the 6 pin plz ?

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(There are different versions of the ba-200, so I'm assuming they al use the same wiring/pinout...) if you look at the amp on the enclosure(right-side up... so the writin goes left->right): The top left pin is #1, beside it is #2, then #3. The bottom left pin is #4, beside it is #5, then #6. #1 Right speaker positive input #2 Empty #3 12 Volt Constant Power #4 Left speaker positive input #5 Remote turn on / Acc power input #6 Ground Now there's supposed to be a 15-amp fuse on pin #3 (12v constan power).

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