Question about Car Audio & Video
I'm missing the Control Voltage plug, it's a 3 pin plug that delivers remote power to the amplifier can you direct me to where I can buy or get one?
If you don't need the OEM plug, you can use the type of connector used to connect to the terminals of a speaker. You will have to tighten the terminal slightly but one terminal will span the remote and acc pins and will allow you to use the amp. You don't need to apply power to the 'ill' pin of the plug. Be careful with the pins for the plug. The amps are known to having weak connections that break easily if excessive pressure is applied to the pins.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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1. With the receiver in standby, press STANDBY/ON while holding down the SPEAKER IMPEDANCE button.( Each time you do this, you switch between the impedance settings: )
SP 6 OHM - Use this setting if your speakers are rated at 6 Ohms
SP 8 OHM - Use this setting if your speakers are rated at 8 Ohms or more
You are not able to connect speakers with impedence bellow 6 Ohms with this receiver. Becuse the AV receivers impedence range is 6 - 16 Ohms.
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