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Hello guys, recently I bought an amplifier over ebay.
The model is: Pioneer - GM 3000 the version with 8DIN connectors at the back, however seller didn't mention that.
So I spoke to an electrical mechanic who added chinches to this connectors and tried the amplifer locally at the workplace and it's working.
Whenever I tried to connect it to my car, it does start for a couple of seconds, but the noise is really strange like I have a broken speaker and then it turns off.
He told me maybe bad ground or something, but I tried on a different car with differents cables and it remain the same issue.
I thought to myself if the cables aren't strong enough maybe they don't provide the necessary power to supply this monster
the cables I ordered are these:
Cables I ordered
I connected everything as it supposed to be, but it doesn't work at all.
It starts for a couple of seconds then it turns off, maybe goes in protect mode but I don't understand this very much.
Any advice appreciated also if you have service manual for this model: Pioneer GM-3000 I will be very happy.
By Jimmy Moses
I'm trying to set up subs in my 2002 Chevy Malibu for the first time. I cant find the firewall to save my life, we found it on the outside of the car going to the battery but have no idea where it goes to. We've tried to run a metal coat hanger through it to see where it goes but it didnt seem to work. Does anyone have a clue on where it is? Any help is very appreciated.
i have the crescendo pwx 6.5 these are really good but i dont like that i limit them at 5600 hertz and want speakers more on the higher vocal area where theres
im not sure if ill hear a big difference or not where the deaf-bounce goes to 14000 hertz. would i get about the same amount of midbass or more with the deaf bouce?
the pwx aint in any sort of enclosure its just in my door, someone told me it has to be properly enclosed to get any sort of real midbass but i feel my sub handles all the bass so whats the real point of midbass? might as well have my mids do some clear vocals.
its being powered by a ppi900.4 at 4 ohms its suppose to be pushing 145rms.
another question is if my pair of tweeters and mid speakers are running active to my amp how does my head unit know whats a mid and whats a tweeter when i do the crossover through the headunit?
like if i set my crossover for my highs as low as 5600 and my midbass to 5600 to take over how does it know which speaker or channel is suppose to be at what hertz?
and are bassblockers caps necessary for my tweeters?
I'm getting 2 rocksford fosgate P2D2's and am looking for a somewhat budget friendly amp. My budgets around 750 for everything and would naturally stay around the low side of it but I don't want to cut down on quality by any means. I've had one set up before but didn't comprise it myself so any tips and knowledge would not but turned away, so any information about anything is welcome.