I bought a used EQ but the power wire isn't the original wire, I need to know which wire is power, which is ground, and what the third wire is for. Picture of the power wire the way it is is available upon request, and I would glady accept as a solution a picture of the original power wire.
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Use balanced lines for the audio interconnects. Use XLR low noise mic cables or TRS type cables. IMPORTANT: Power the speakers and the mixer from the SAME receptacle, even if it means running extension cords. Ground bounce in building wiring can destroy the circuits in the equipment.
It could be your wiring as well. Sometimes, when speaker wire gets cut and grounded, like your factory wiring to your door speakers or you tap into facrotry speaker wires to add more, the load on your deck increases. When the volume gets to a certain level, it will cut off because of the heat produced to maintain the load.
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
top left - orange.....goes to aux or memory wire top right - blue.......goes to the remote wire used with amps bottom left - black.......goes to the ground wire bottom right - red........this goes to your hot wire