How should I do it if that is the improper way to do it? Thinking the speakers may be blown, I bought new ones and installed them. My problems is I have ran all the power wires with distributor and grounded each of my amps individually? Uni-Bit that would be great to use see photo. Now I want to upgrade my two rear speakers to the infinity kappa 693. I had it all installed by car toys. The buzz is noticed first in 1000hz tone. You shouldn't ever have to cut factory wiring.
Again, you have been a huge help! If you have already a cable connected to your sound card, use a 3. Their toll-free number will be on your invoice. Another strategy would be to use a vehicle-specific and to install a new amplifier in your Grand Cherokee. Level and Gain Setting for Car Audio Amplifiers Level setting, done by ear, is more art than science. I'm basically clueless on how to get this started.
I would like to fix this by adding an amp but im not sure how to wire it in. Car amp wiring kits are typically referred to by the gauge of the power cables, so, for instance, you can find 10 gauge kits, 8 gauge kits, etc. The front door speakers work fine and the dash speakers work fine. You say you also have the harness that goes with your vehicle the one that plugs into the factory radio harness. I could look around for an alternative, but also open to suggestions if you have any! So what about hooking up an amp to my speakers, and then just running an ipod to it via a minijack to rca cable? For instance, if you have four speakers front left, front right, rear left, rear right you'd need a 4-channel processor.
Just connect using such an adapter, power on the amp and it should work immediately. After college, I joined a rock 'n roll band as the soundman and learned how to lug around and operate the gear that helps make music sound good and loud. One question about this method though. When I add an amp, I want to wire the speakers from the amp. It helped me hook up my system.
My 9 wire connector is running from the amp directly to the vehicle harness. For sound cutoff, the orange output is the best choice for a subwoofer, and will give you quality subwoofer sound. This should be audible even with earplugs in. You will need to follow a process similar to that of the power wire steps 8 and 9. I think I'll go ahead and get a 9 conductor cable , so I run that up behind my deck, clip the current speaker connections, and then attach the 8 speaker cables to the car side speaker wires and leave the speaker wires coming out of my deck alone right? It is essentially bridged, and both amplifiers are connected together in push pull. Can you think of an alternative or have any ideas about a way to get the amp running or if this solution is not a good idea? They actually pay me to ramble on, rant, and explain the things I love about music, electronics, and getting good sound.
If the Zone 2 section is just for feeding a stereo pair in the 605, then yes I would be stuck with stereo only; what about the possibility of using a line-level converter of some kind to feed the 605's speaker outs into the converter, and then the converter's preamp side into the power amp? But amplifiers of 75-watts or less aren't really affected by this, so running their outputs through factory wiring remains a practical and convenient solution. I have power and everything to my new amp but it's not making any difference in the sound quality of my system. The impedance is important too, but you don't have to worry about this if you use a good sub amp as they support next to everything. You don't want them flying around dangerously in the event of an sudden stop or accident. Recently I have got my car subwoofer along with its amplifier, and I'm thinking to make some use of it, hooking it up with my studio monitor. Getting them online can be a bit unreliable and expensive.
In other words, you make Y-cords of speaker wire, getting four high-level inputs from two speaker wire pairs. Each amp manufacturer does it differently - some use interconnecting cables, some use switches. In this setup, the two subs are wired together in parallel, and you would achieve the same results if you wired both subs to the amp separately. Ideally, the amp has to be close to equal or less powerful than the speakers. Therefore the wiring at stock can be left alone and out of the way. Is this because of the wiring difference? Have you encountered any issues with your system after doing this? I would then just wire the line out convertor into my wiring harness thats there and just run the rca cables into that and then wire in my speaker wire into the harness to my amp? I would expect that they're all based around the same circuitry regardless of brand.
If you're having a problem with the wiring there should be color. For multiple amplifiers you will need to add up the maximum current draw of each amplifier. I took courses in radio and electronics as a teenager, and became a ham radio operator. I know this is an easy question but in-car amps were before my time and experience. Unfortunately these days car radios and. So just wondering if I can leave the harness speaker connections alone if I do that.