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if you have your front and centers set to 'small' you want your Bass out to be subwoofer only, and the rca jack labeled 'sub out' is the only place to connect your sub to if you want to control the frequencies with your reciever. I dont know the brand of your sub, or the inputs on the back of it to advise you where to connect, but it sounds like it worked for you at one time, but suddenly it does not
:) the rca jacks have to be connected to an amplifier,, their signal is too lay to even light a bulb.. you have to connect it to a car amplifier and then from the amplifier to the speakers..
Just so you'd know,, once your deck plays and you hear music on your speakers through your normal speaker wires,, RCA jacks work..
Ok you have 4 jacks,, 2 subs and 2 front.. These should connect to a preamp,, which takes 4 inputs and allows you to equalize or adjust how the music should sound,, now from the pre-amp,, it runs to an amplifier,, thats powers the subs and another that powers the speakers.. Some amps have 4 inputs so you can use one amp for your subs mids and heights..
for example a basic music system is
1 cd player 1 pre amp 1 amplifier (4 inputs, 4 channel out)
you bridge 1+2 and connect this to 1 12" double coil sub woofer
the next 2 connect to 2 mid speakers example "rockford or ev 5 / 8 " and 2 tweeters for heights..
Thats a kicking tricked out basic car audio system,,,
the circuit board and amplifacation supply inside the sub are blow or shorted out.thus preventing any sound. the head phone jack works only because it is a bypass feature supported by the actual computer not the surround sound unit
So when you aren't using the sub woofer there's not enough bass, so you need more out of the other speakers. Chances are the front speakers are set to "small" in the receivers menu, change it to "large"if your front speakers have a 6 inch woofer or larger. Note: If you leave the sub on, the input signal to it will be greatly reduced when the speakers are set to "large". Hope this helps.
The spkrs sound like they are bi-amp spkrs, meaning you have multiple terminals on the backs of each spkr, the jumpers on the spkrs should be connected as such. Now you just connect the spkrs according to the Denon spkr conection diagram. Do not use the surround back unless you have 6 or 7 pair of spkrs
Well, sort of. It's part of a typical JVC shelf system. The gray and blue are for the left woofer and the red and black are for the right woofer. It's basically just two small "woofers" in a box. So unless you have a small amplifier that has 2 subwoofer outputs with a built in crossover, they are essentially useless.
I love Clarion
1st RED is + direct to battery
Yellow is + pwr to ignition so when you turn the car off the radio can still say on if you choose
black is - and ground
these are importantant first. once you have pwr you can easily work out which of the 8 other wires are pairs 2 frnt spkrs and 2 back speakers if theres 2 extra plugs for the amp or woofer(if screws run a nice thick speaker wire. But with Clarion I dont beleive you need an amp or woofer thats how good they are just have kickass speakers frnt an back
you should be able 2 find the pwr cables from the existin radio if not the yellow wire leads to the igniton and you can run a red wire staight to the battery and screw the black wire to the metal chasis(oh the blue wire is for a pwr antenna or aux and is not needed unless youve got a pwr antenna.
your speaker color code will be like eg.grey and grey with white stripe,will be one pair green another pair ,but the 4 spker pairs are skinner than th pwr cables
Spkrs have a + and - too the difference is you cant blow the spkr by trial and error its just if its wrong it will sound muffled so try both ways then youll know whats best. pwr must be correct make sure red on red and blacks on black then press on then play with your speakers then find the yellow cable that runs to the ignition then to the radio so when you turn the ign the radio comes on and when you turn the motor off you can turn the radio on cos youve also got a direct to battery connection.
Man you are gonna love your sound system
Im happy for you