I like infiniy subs and speakers for the car. I have a baslink 2 that i installed and it works, but there is one problem. If i turn up the vol too loud it will ct off and stop working until i turn off the honda 07 fit sport head unit and then turn it back on again. Why is that? I have amp and remote on and ground installed and i am useing the front speakers has line in. Is i because i did not ground the basslink 2 right? Please let me know what can cause this type of problem. I love my honda fit sport 07 sliver so much and the bass link 2 in my friends car is so good. i want it to work good for me too.
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Any auto parts store or WalMart will sell adequate speaker wires. For a sub of this power rating, you'll be fine with 14GA speaker wires (pronounced 14 gauge) but if you want to get beefier wires in case you upgrade the sub later, I'd recommend this 10GA hookup kit or something comparable.
If you have had 2 units with the same problem, I'd say that yes, there is a problem with the "sound sensing" function of the auto turn-on circuit. Either it's not getting the correct level or one side is being shorted or grounded. Some vehicle speakers may have one side at ground potential which could cause the auto turn-on to fail.
If the Basslink operates normally otherwise, I'd recommend that you just connect a 12V + fused and switched source to the remote terminal. Wire it through a conveniently mounted toggle switch and turn it on and off manually.
Tapping into front or rear gets high level signal 3 plus volts at low impedance which is totally unsuitable for the sub's line level input which is more like 300millivolts > A competent tech could make up an attenuator patch or just take it to a professional car installer before you do more damage
yes the problem is in the installation.the power supply usually has 2 to 3 positives one positive which is usually red go directly to battery.
the other,either yellow,orange,or blue go to car stereo(not to battery or ignition) this supply,turn off the amp when u turn of the stereo.
hope this help u....