Turning Creative Inspire P5800 into a car subHello I have Creative Inspire P5800, they served me just fine for all those years but now they are useless to me because...
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Answer to "Turning Creative Inspire P5800 into a car sub"Hello the speakers died completely so I went ahead and tried and add my findings here in case anyone try to do the same and land on this thread through internet search. I removed the circuits and the back ports from the woofer cabin and closed with adhesive vinyl all but one hole to get the cable through. I connected the subwoofer to the coaxial outputs of the pioneer but nothing happened. I tried a lot of combinations in the options about this in the settings but nothing changed, the subwoofer didn't got any power no matter what I tried. I though that maybe this specific speaker need something special that was on that board, but then I tested it on the coaxial out of a mini hifi I have at home and it worked. So without knowing what was the problem I decided to take the harder path and find the outputs from the main connection of the car stereo which I wanted to avoid since it have like 10 cables in 1. This did the trick, it works like a charm. The only problem is that the speaker is not really protected...