All the wiring from the speaker works fine it seems, it still sends the power signal to the sub and the other four speakers are playing the music. There's just no sound coming out of that one speaker and I can't begin to think of why.
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Sounds like a defect in that particular speaker, you will know with this test from logitech.
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We dont either. You need to post what you are trying to connect. Amplifier? Sub? Speakers? Head Unit im sure. But you need to look for the radios wiring diagram.. Today's radios are generally basic with the color scheme. Black is ground. Red is switched power. Yellow is constant power. Orange if for dash illumination... Speakers are usually 4 colors. 2 wires a speaker. For instance Front Left would be White/Black-Stripe. White being the positive and black strip being the negative. Usually the four main colors for the speakers are White......Gray.......Purple..... Green... with the striped wires going to the negative on each speaker. Blue wires are usually for power antennaes or also used to send trigger signal to the amps to turn on and off.
You should double check your connection to the sub. Make sure that no speaker wires are touching each other. Sometimes you won't get anything to work if pieces of the frayed bare wire on the positive cable are touching parts of the negative.
Is this a dual or single voice coil speaker? or to re-phrase it, does it have one or two speaker terminals?
I would also check your line in to the amp. Make sure it is sending a signal to the amp. If available connect the audio signal to some other component like a boombox or AV Receiver that has a proper connection.
I doubt the extension cord has something to do with that...Usually if the wires are short it would effect the main unit.
Check the wires first,not only of the front right speaker but the others also...if they are short.
If there's a fuse in the main unit you might find yourself lucky...otherwise you will have to get it checked by a mechanic.
You can use either set of RCA outputs for the amplifier that you want to. Only difference in either of them is front, rear and sub outputs. If you are only powering a sub amp, then use the sub outputs, otherwise, the other two will work fine. You can still use the outputs from the radio itself to power four other speakers while using the RCA outputs.
I'm not familiar with this amplifier but in most cases, if a mono amp has more than one positive speaker terminal and more than one negative speaker terminal, the positives are directly connected and the negatives are directly connected. So as long as you connect the speaker positive to a positive speaker terminal of the amp and the speaker negative to a negative speaker terminal of the amp, it will work properly.
I suppose that your system requires an active subwoofer, and that you provide one. Some systems, if SPEAKER SIZE in SETUP are set to LARGE for front or center speakers, do not send signal to sub, system redirect signal to front or center speaker. Try to check this.