06-28-2011 02:54 PM
any info on converting my truck 12'' subs 400w and amp 600w (insignia brand) to work with my guitar in my house as well. what do i need ? receiver, combo amp, power source for the 12 volt hook up in the house? not sure and could use some advice.would be nice if there was a kit on the market to make this transformation.any ideas? thanks.
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06-28-2011 08:51 AM
howdy, i have been wanting to take the 12'' subs out of my car and use them in my house to jam on my guitar with but have no idea how to hook all that together. i've been informed you need a pre amp? size? where to hook up? any help would be appreciated. they are insignia brand 600w bridgeable with 400w subs. would be nice if there was a kit on the market for this application and all you have to do is plug it in and crank it up. would be great for home theaters as well. also a kit for the guitar app on board the vehicle. any info.?
06-29-2011 11:10 AM
Welcome to Community@Insignia™!
Unfortunately, since what you're looking to do with your Insignia Amplifier and subwoofers is out of scope with their intended use, we don't have advice for you. However, an internet search should reveal numerous resources to help you achieve your goals. Remember though: if your system is covered by the factory warranty, using it in this manner will void your ability to receive covered repairs.
08-13-2013 03:50 PM
Installed a NS-P2000 in my son's car today. It is hooked up to a Kenwood radio model KDC-BT555U. We followed the wiring diagram but the light stays red on the amplifier. After checking in the manual in the troubleshooting area, it is mentioned to do a reset.
How do you do a reset on this amp?
Thanks for your help.
08-14-2013 12:24 PM
Welcome to Community@ Insignia™!
The way to reset the adapter is to simply remove the speaker leads and the power cables from the amplifier. The red led indicates it is in self protect mode and if the reset does not fix it there is likely something wrong with the amplifier. You may need to replace the fuses on the amplifier.