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check your settings on your stereo and the amp make sure you have changed to 1 ohm on the amlifier for a briged connection to a subwoofer and change from lpf to hpf on the amp there should be a switch.
The plug consists of a 7 pin plug which contains a ground, a hot lead for the PEQ itself, a neutral for the PEQ, and a hot and negative for each L and R channel, respectively. I had mine changed to RCA's years ago by a local shop, then soldered the connections myself after the proper connections were changed at the shop. I now have the signals changed into a Symbi-Link Transmitter/ Reciever System (unbalanced to balanced inputs) and am able to de-tune the PEQ and still get more output. It's fun... Hope the info helps.
the basic wirings are for inputs, power and for the speakers (front and rear). If you open up the device and trace the wires to the fader control (electrically), those are for the speaker outputs. The power supply line is much easier to locate through the power capacitor..maybe. watch out for the remote wire if it has one (this triggers the device to power ON). gudluck!
You will need to call the manufacturer, ZAPCO - 209-577-4268, or email them at tech support [email protected] , in order to purchase the part you are missing. It is possibel to hard wire the RCA parts you need and creat a homemade fix, but in all honesty it is not worth it, and it will probably introduce a lot of interference in to the quality of your signal path rendering it a bad option. Give them a call / email. If they will only sell the part to a dealer, call Car Depot @ 615 - 269-8080 and they can have the part purchased and delivered to you for a small fee. Good luck.