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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-14-2009, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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Ok, so i have an audiobahn 12" speaker and an audiobahn amp....i kept my stock head unit but bought the thing the audio place told me to buy since i was keeping the stock head unit. my boyfriend wired it up and everything but we just cant get it to play out of the speaker. does anyone have any idea of what i can do to try to fix it? thanks.

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check all your wireing again.


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what is the thing the audio place made you buy?



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what is the thing the audio place made you buy?
probubly a adaptor that hooks up to the back of ur deck, that might be the problem be sure he contectesd the adaptor to the right wires
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what is the thing the audio place made you buy?
a line out converter...should pull the signal off the back speaker wires that way there is less wire to run to the trunk
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when u did the line out converter did u do a splice or just pull the insulation back?

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he spliced the wires. he has checked the wires and they are fine. he just doesnt know what else it could be.

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Did you make sure that the RCA cables are not switched? Might be in the wrong spot on 1 or both ends. Also make sure that you don't have them turned off on your amp. I know some amps have a switch that can turn off your subs. If this all fails get some regular speakers and hook them to your amp. Maybe run a wire to your 6x9s to your amp if it plays music then your SUbs are blown


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Did you make sure that the RCA cables are not switched? Might be in the wrong spot on 1 or both ends. Also make sure that you don't have them turned off on your amp. I know some amps have a switch that can turn off your subs. If this all fails get some regular speakers and hook them to your amp. Maybe run a wire to your 6x9s to your amp if it plays music then your SUbs are blown
^definately check the subs if they r old and have been sitting for a garage sumwhere
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