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Sub is getting no sound

My sub is not hitting when I play a cd or radio. My power lite is green, and the remote is working fine. I'm grounded correctly. I'm getting no sound from my deck to my sub. When I turn my car off I can hear the sub go "boom" like it has power. I think it has to do with the preamp outputs or my RCA wires, I'm not sure. Any suggestions?

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Sounds like you answered your own question when you said you were getting no sound from your deck to your sub.

Posted on Jan 23, 2007

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