I just hooked the x621 up to two 12's and the 6402 hooked to all my car speakers.i have it all hooked up to a kenwoodkgc9904 equalizer.i dont know what i set the features or knobs on both amps to really make my system bang.i need help to know what my amps should be set to and what levels my eq should be set to make it sound the best
May i suggest removing the equilizer unless you can adjust the settings for each amp seperatly. The amps themselves will allow you to add bass boost and treble boost. I think the problem your having is trying to run to much bass through your system causing it to distort badly.
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generally an equlizer hooks up to the amp auxilary- if the amp has auxilary at the back.then hook up devices to the equalizer.
hook up red and white wires to equalizer output and the other end to amp aux red and white holes at the back of the amp then turn nob on amp to aux.If you dont have aux then try tape function
Yes you can use the equalizer without an amplifier. That is what the high level speaker inputs are for. You simply take the positive and negative from a speaker and hook it up to the positive and negative high level speaker inputs on the equalizer.
You should be able to use your RCA output (Line Out) from your Pioneer to the input of your PWM-16. Then take the PMW output to an amplifier and then to your speakers. Your EQ only uses RCA's so an amplifier after
it would really bring the sound to life. The amp need not be huge as you have an output for subs also. You could try a line converter to change the RCA lines to speaker wire connections. Not sure if the output would be enough to power a speaker but it's worth a try.
no those wire is not for speakers out put that for signal in put only if there is rca jack follow the instruction and run your cable if your dont know dont guess you will burn unit audio out put if install wrong
always remember source, amp, then speakers. ex: cd to eq to amp to speakers and it goes: out from cd player into eq, out from eq into amp, out from amp into speakers . hope this makes it easier for you.
Another way to solve this rear speakers problems is to go to the equalizer and have the system recognizes the sound coming out of all speakers. The AVR 745 comes with a microphone on the stick, using that to run the manual equalizer. It is the manual equalizer will set the rear speakers.
red - power Black - Ground Blue/Black - rear Left Speaker Positive Blue - Rear Left Speaker Neg White/ Black - Front Left Speaker Positive White - Front Left Speaker Neg Brown/Black - Rear Right Speaker Positive Brown - Rear Right Speaker Neg Yellow/Black - Front Right Speaker Positive Yellow - Front Right Speaker neg Green - Left Input Positive Green/White Left input Neg Gray Right Input Positive Gray/White - Right input Neg