Rockwood XR-1712 Car Subwoofer "50 start" Questions

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...start hitting without any volume turned on 1. Check Grounding system (Player and Power Amp). 2. Ensure your RCA cable is OK 3. You might adjust volume or bass volume on power amp to maximum, just set ...

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...start hitting without any volume turned on 1. Check Grounding system (Player and Power Amp). 2. Ensure your RCA cable is OK 3. You might adjust volume or bass volume on power amp to maximum, just set ...

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...I'm running them with a "Soundstream" USA Series-305A. When I turn up the volume to around 50% one of them starts to "POP" with every recoil. Is this speaker blown??? It also makes a loud ...

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...start, check your ground. This is typically the problem. Use a multimeter to ensure that the ground you have is good. Second is the guage of wire. Look at the fuses on your amp. Add them together and ...

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...start's working : save $50.00 Hey, yea i went to the dealer ship, and they said same thing. So i figured theres 1896 combos, and, after i printed every one out, sat in my car for 3 hours, and came to ...

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50-300 watts. And a peak of 600watts. That does not mean start cranking 600watts thru the speaker, it will blow. I suggest you acquire a single (mono) channel amp that provides 350-400 watts at 4 ohms

...1000.1 KICKER AMP and i had the bass on the bass knob all the way up. I turned the volume to about 50 ( it goes to 63) and smoke started to come out of the port slot on my box. As stated before, ...

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...start to kick in at a High volume then the amp turns speaker off btw its a 12 solo baric L7 how many ohms are your amp and how many for yuor speakers? ur amp has a certain amount of amprage....check ...

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Start with the ground wire. This is typically the source of the problem. If you know how to use a multimeter, use it to ensure that your ground is a good position. If you solve this, look at the guage

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...go on. First try to resolder on some dry joints on the main board. Older unit I've repaired almost 50% of them resoldering on cold solder fixed the problem. So try it... Good luck... Thanks for

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