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years ago.. and i don't visit here to often anymore.
once a week or so.
wow, two year old reply.lol
R.I.P to jordan as well. :(
kenwood. never heard of alphanav.
go with the name brand.
take it back if its that new.
you will be fine.
you just bridge the channels to make two channels.
ch 1 and 2 to one sub and 3 and 4 to the other.
i have an older pioneer that i love and i think in the next few months i may upgrade to the 80prs. it has a few functions that mine doesn't....
to me it sounds like your describing a bad coil.
i would probably start looking for its replacement.
I've been on vacation for the past 2 weeks, but i will resume my Mod duties as best i can, and i will try to answer what audio questions i can.
your going to have to remove more pieces to get to the mounting screws.
soory for the late reply.
it could be a head unit issue or the amp.
one way to single out which one is to disconnect the rcas at the amp, then turn on the radio. if the...
old thread is old.
oh boy thats a nice old school amp there.
my guess would be to contact orion directly. maybe they might point you to a pdf file for the info...
what's your budget and power requirements?
pull the head unit out and bench test it. who knows maybe its a loose wire behind the radio?
i had the same issue with with my system when i installed an EQ as well. it got so annoying i took mine out.
someone told me what was doing it...
when you say they don't last, what's happening to them? do they rot away? are they paper?
To answer the second question, you can use a 2way in...
your remote turn on is usually a BLUE wire in the harness.
what you have pictured looks like some kind of wired remote to control the head unit...