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I have one of these 5 channel beasts at home (pic off net), one of the last high quality amps Sony made in Japan these things are huge. Will install it again one of these days.

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On 30/05/2018 at 19:25, Muncie said:

Just bought this throwback to the 90s brand new in the box. Now to see if it can run some subs all the instructions are hilarious showing a tapedeck.

Built before amps had crossovers in them it used to have to be plugged into a companion box to get low pass curiously it can run as a 3 channel with this Eq box. As my headunit has a sub-out i wouldn't mind betting it'll work and sound beautiful.

If it cant run them i have something else suitable but not as cool.

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If anyone is keen on this its for sale pm me. Decided to only run 2 amps and i need to use my 4 channel for the application.

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Just put some speakers in my van the fronts and rears work sweet with fm/am, but only the fronts work with the aux?

Tried a different head unit but still have the same problem

What's wrong?

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This might be basic but have you tried a different aux cord? Could only be getting mono not stereo through the cord? I have had a similar problem with a faulty cord before. 

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^ I'm picking it's the cord, or the source unit has a cover or something preventing full engagement of the plug so only one contact is working.

 

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Might wanna check where your speaker channels are too. You'll probably find one channel is running to both front speakers instead of both left speakers, for example.

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