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Old 04-06-2013, 08:23 PM
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Help 0003 4 channel MC-HD-Amk amp on 2 channel 08 Street Glide

Greetings,

I have just finished installing a 4 channel plug and play MC-HD-AMk amp on my two channel-2 08 Street Glide. The issue I'm having is there is no sound at all not even a buzz going to the speakers. Before I get replies with the obvious, let me add this I'm no expert but its not my first rodeo either I have installed several very complicated systems thru the years. This one is so easy a ten year old should be able to complete the install.

I have good ground, overkill on both 10 gauge fused power and 10 gauge
ground and yes the speakers are hooked up to the factory wires.The green power light is lit so I'm certain it's getting power. I may be answering my on question, but here it is do I need something
like a two channel harness? The Factory Harmon Kardon had the 33 pin
outlet vacant. I've tried pluging the Bazooka plug both to the head and to it's self with no change.
Thanks in advance, confused.
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Old 04-29-2013, 07:58 AM
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Default Re: 4 channel MC-HD-Amk amp on 2 channel 08 Street Glide

Have you turned the gain control up?
The amps are shipped with the gain turned all the way down. This is the most common problem with this amp. Also make sure the HP/Full range selector switch is all the way over not in the middle.
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