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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-16-2017, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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New Aquatics Head Unit Speaker Wiring ?

So my bike had an older Clarion NZ500 Flip Out DVD Nav Head Unit and 4 speakers upfront and 2 in the lids. It was powered by 2 RockFord Amps.

I was getting tired of the flip out screen and wanted to get a Dirty Bird Windshield so with a flip out screen it wouldnt work. SO I tore out the Clarion and installed an Aquatics.

I am not a Stereo Expert at all so bare with me.

Maybe I am missing something, but there was only 1 Audio Out to hook into my Amp or from 1 amp to the Unit. Then there was a 4 pin adapter that I had to wire to my rear 6x9s, so Now I have a useless Amp

Does it sound like I hooked it up right?

The navigation was nice on the clarion and so was the DVD Player for sitting at runs and rallys. But I am digging the look of this Aquatics so far
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The Aquatic AV have 2 RCA audio outputs one left and one right. If you have a 4 channel amp you need to use a RCA splitter for each RCA output.


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So .... If I have 2 speakers up front and 2 in the rear, How would I connect all 3 right side speakers and 3 left side speakers connected to AMP. Maybe I am missing something

The head unit has 1 pair of RCA for output. The Amp has two RCA Pairs.

Sorry I am too much a NEWB

Also the Aquatics doesn't have any tuning ability that I can see, I guessing I just tune via the amp
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use one of these. and yes, tune via the amp.
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I've really enjoyed my Aquatic mono chrome unit but I am only pushing two speakers through my 2x350 amp so no help sorry.
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