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Yükleniyor... Rating: 3.4 (5 votes) 1 comment Sheetal B So you have installed a subwoofer in your car to give you that amazing sound. I drove it yesterday and entire ride no problem. If you do not have experience in this, you can look up few instructions online, specific to your car audio system model.

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Subwoofer Not Working Amp Has Power

Thanks! Ridetopdown New memberUsername: RidetopdownAtlanta, GA United States Post Number: 3Registered: May-10 Posted on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 - 20:07 GMTAlso about the battery in my car, it has been taking a Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: Subwoofers not working, amp IS getting power.

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i have 2 12 inch alpine speakers and an alpine amp. Amp Has Power But No Sound From Subwoofer I have seen a few come into my work like that. No teu cu vadia?

If this is the case your problem is in the remote wire. 5.

Get some RCA couplers and connect the RCAto phone cable with the RCA couplers to the RCA cable behind the head unit. Amp Not Getting Power The amp is on, but the speakers aren't working. Why Did My Car Subwoofer Stopped Working ??? check your remote wire at the head unit 4.

  • I took one of the box and tested it directly with wire going straight from my sub to his amp and still silent.
  • slide 2 of 6 Check the Power The first thing you should check is the power.
  • The speaker can also be damaged by external physical elements like accidental water or other liquid spills right on it.
  • Car subwoofer only works sometimes?
  • Wouldn’t you know that was the cause of my problem?
  • That specific cord is blue and white and they break apart into the positive and negative speaker outputs on the amp and then connect to the sub and they break apart
  • Usually there is a protection light on the amplifier that is going to go on and put the amp into protection mode if there is something wrong with it.
  • When I turned my car on to play music and measure the AC voltage of the amp's speaker outputs (described in last post) I unplugged them from my sub like you
  • Since there was no output from the amplifier measured, we are going to try and find out why.
  • Sonic Electronix 108.012 görüntüleme 9:55 Fix & Troubleshoot Amplifier - Süre: 8:12.

Amp Has Power But No Sound From Subwoofer

I've checked that all wires are still connected and they are. http://www.vadriven.com/forums/tech-talk-9/subwoofers-not-working-amp-getting-power-456829/ Ridetopdown New memberUsername: RidetopdownAtlanta, GA United States Post Number: 5Registered: May-10 Posted on Thursday, May 27, 2010 - 04:39 GMTok i did some test with my friends amps and subs and Subwoofer Not Working Amp Has Power Are CDs good to ply if plastic case is wiped down and CDs are not? My Amp Turns On But No Sound From Subs Really think it's the second one too, what ohm are the subs?

take the subs out of the box check for loose connections. Coñsuela · 4 years ago 0 Thumbs up 1 Thumbs down Comment Add a comment Submit · just now Report Abuse Add your answer Car subwoofer not working? eHow 720.664 görüntüleme 2:48 Why is My Amp Going Into Protection Mode When I Start My Car? | Car Audio Q & A - Süre: 9:55. Posted by Weigel21 on Sat, Mar 8 2014 7:28 PM As you can see, the sheet metal of the car is painted, which paint is a very good isolator. Car Subwoofer Troubleshooting

if it moves you know its not blown. Also, stepping back a little, you said the amplifier shows power, but the little blue light doesn't really mean the amplifier is powering up, just that it's receiving power. and i took note that the only wired going from my sub to my amp was one wire (black and blue) and it connected straight to the speaker output section of He also talks about other things that could be wrong with your system, such as the fuses, voice coils, your sub's impedance, and more.Buy a Multimeter Here: http://bit.ly/16H12YF - - -

would a weak battery give power to the amp but not enough to run either of the speakers? Car Amp Turns On But No Sound From Subs Also what sort of noise are they suppose to make when i try to connect speaker wires to battery? I was convinced that the problem had to do with my wiring or power, but couldn’t prove otherwise.

my amp im almost positive is 2 ohms so tha could be it, but could you explain how to measure the amplifier's speaker terminals for an AC voltage with the stereo

With music, since it's very dynamic, I would expect you to have gotten a continuously changing voltage that may have spiked up around 35VAC, but would regularly read much lower, say My car subwoofer stopped working...why? Given the.... Car Subwoofer Troubleshooting No Sound Pop the hood, look near the battery, and there should be a big power cable coming off of it.

TL;DR duhfuck is wrong with my subwoofers? I did this on mine, but in a way that was not at all conspicuous once I put everything back in place. This could be a failed internal connection, or it could be a problem right at the power/ground or RCA input jacks. If this fuse is blown, it means that there is a problem back by the amplifier, or you might have just played it too loud and it overheated and drew too

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