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Old 05-06-2013, 06:04 PM   #1
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Please help no sound

hey guys i recently installed a ida-x100 alpine headunit. everything was fine last night and this morning but i left work today and only the subwoofer was working.. all the wires seemed to be connected. i went through all the settings in the head unit, all the fuses seem fine

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Did you wire it using an adapter?

Or did you splice the wires? Are you using an amp to them?
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no its hardwired... thats the way ive done every radio and never had a problem... i was just driving around and bam it started workin so idk wat happined
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do you have stock or aftermarket speakers? do you hear any sort of popping noise out of the speakers when the headunit turns on? a lot of aftermarket headunits have a safety built in to them that they will shut off when they sense a short in the speakers. could be a bad connection or ground out wire and a bad speaker.
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actually i bet thats it because before i switched headuntis i had a speaker cut out twice thanks for the help man
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