There are several reasons why your subwoofer is not working and one of the main reasons is the wiring that is used to connect the amplifier to the amplifier. The reason behind this wiring issue is the fact that if the wires are not installed correctly they will cause damage to the amplifier and even your subwoofer if it is not taken care of properly.
So how do you go about installing your subwoofer wires correctly? The first thing that you need to remember is that the amp will have its own power source so you will have to connect the amp into your system before going to plug in the speaker cables. This will be easier if your amplifier already has a power source provided for it.
Next, you will have to make sure that the amplifier is turned off so that all the wires are safely removed from the amplifier. You may want to turn your amp down by using the volume control knob first. If the volume does not go down, then you need to disconnect the amplifier from the power source. The next step is to plug in your speakers to the amp.
Now, you will need to secure your subwoofer wires so that they do not fall into the subwoofer itself. You should place the wires that go from the amplifier to the subwoofer between the cabinet and the back plate. It is important that the wires are not damaged if they are inserted into the cabinet. To prevent any damage you may want to cover the wires with tape or cloth.
Then, you will need to secure the speaker wires in the same way. When it comes to connecting your subwoofer to the amp, there are different methods that you can use. One of these methods is simply to run the wire straight to the amp and then connecting the wires to the amplifier.
If however, you are running your subwoofer to the amplifier without the use of the amp then you need to be careful to ensure that you don’t leave any bare wires that are exposed to the amp. To make sure that the wires are properly secured to the amp, you can run a wire from the amp to the speaker that goes straight to the subwoofer as well.