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not 550 watt,,250 x 2 ,,
  • 2-Channel Class-A/B Amplifier
  • RMS Power (4 ohms): 250 watts x 2 chan.
  • RMS Power (2 ohms): 375 watts x 2 chan.
  • Bridged RMS Power: 500 watts x 1 chan.
  • Min. Impedance Unbridged: 2 ohms
  • Min. Impedance Bridged: 4 ohms
  • Brushed Aluminum Chassis
  • Top Mount Controls with Blue Illumination
  • Cooling Fan
  • Chrome DUB Fan Grille
  • Glass Epoxy Circuit Board
  • PWM MOSFET Power Supply
  • THD: 0.02%
  • S/N Ratio: 95 dB
  • Input Sensitivity: 200mV - 4V
  • Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 40 kHz
  • Variable 18 dB/Oct. Hi-Pass / Low-Pass Crossover: 50 - 250 Hz
  • Bass Boost: On/Off 12 dB
  • 4-Way Protecion: Thermal, Short Circuit, Overload, and DC Offset
  • Dimensions: 8-1/4" W x 2-1/8" H x 10-3/4" L
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AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Apr 19, 2015


ok if the amp was in safe mode before the sub was hooked up then the amp needs to be fix , make shor the suds are hooked up right an the wires arent touching , the amp is in pro mode so there for u have to find out more on why the amp is not working or let me know what is goin on with it ,

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jul 20, 2011


must be mest up on the inside of the amp

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jul 20, 2011


Despite the fact that they claim that the amplifier is 500 watt RMS if you look at the fuse it has on it, which should be one 30Amp fuse it means that the max that you might get out of this amplifier is 300 watt RMS. So an 8 Gauge cable will be more than enough for it. However, saying that, using a 4 gauge cable will not harm it in any way. what you should check before buying a 4 gauge cable is if it will actually fit in the allocated 12V terminal. Respectfully dreamsystems

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Feb 04, 2011


depends on the mathematics problem like in addition and division the answer is called the sum and in subtraction the answer would be the difference.

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Sep 13, 2010


one positive wire is your remote positive it has to be connected to your ignition's switch positive and the other positive has to be connected directly to your batteries positive terminal ground wire connect it to your car's body.

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jun 11, 2010


The unit will need to be repaired by a technician. Most likely you have a bad transistor that is causing the protect mode to turn on. The only way to get the protect mode to turn off is to remove the bad part.

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on May 04, 2010


from how i understand you statement, and your subs are connected in a bridged fashion, then i advise a word of caution, as i believe that you may be imposing a serious load on your amplifier. the sub that is not playing may in fact be shorted and that is why it cuts the signal to the other sub. the amplifier sees both subs and the shorted one will impose a serious load and can cause the amplifier to fail if driven hard. separate the subs and meter them with an ohm-meter and see if they are close to the same. if they are 4 ohm for example, they might read around 3.2 ohms, etc. using a dc ohm-meter is not an accurate to measure the impedance of the sub, but it is accurate for comparing two subs. you will probably find that the one that is out is shorted and will read below one ohm. everything that i have stated so for, takes into account that your subs are bridged to the amplifier. if in fact they are not bridged and on separate channels, then swap the subs around and if the bad one starts playing, then you have a bad channel on the amplifier or a bad input to the amp lifer. at this point you would swap the rca inputs around and if the bad sub that started playing when you swapped it around, goes out again, then it is an input problem which then you should check the rca cable or radio itself. i know my statement may be a little confusing, but if you follow them exactly, you should be able to determine exactly what is at fault. let me know if you need further assistance....v

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jan 08, 2010


you have your speakers hooked up inproperly the amp is going into protection because you are presenting it an ohm load lower than it is able to operate at... go to www.the12volt.com and go to the subwoofer wiring diagram section and you can go over your options...

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Dec 13, 2009


Check your manual, sometimes you have to take it back in, depending on the protection. Sometimes you have to change up the fuse. Is there enough power going to the amp, or to much?

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Oct 20, 2009


AND MY FRIEND BASE ON WHAT AM READING AS LONG AS YOU HAVE THE SYSTEM YOU WILL BE SPENDING MORE TIME FIXING INSTEAD OF LISTENING YOUR SYSTEM IS NOT WIRED PROPERLY TO ACCOMMODATE WHAT YOU HAVE TO HANDLE THE IMPEDENCE FROM YOUR AMP THAT IS YOUR MAIN TROUBLE

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Aug 07, 2009


i dnt knowwat type of speaks u got but ifits low then it cud be tht u have too open up the second coil on ur speakers...dnt sound like the amp since its on & not in protect mode,other than tht i'll recheck the wiring

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jul 16, 2009


Hello jrhauber,

The '93 and '95 Camry have identical color codes. Likewise, the vehicle harness connectors are the same.

Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/Yellow
Car Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Gray
Car Radio Ground Wire: Brown
Car Stereo Illumination Wire: Green
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Black/Red
Car Stereo Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Pink
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Purple
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Blue
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Black
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): White

You can purchase an aftermarket wiring harness that plugs into the OEM radio. The part number you need for a 1995 Camry is Metra 71-1761 available here for $9.99.

Hope this helps.


AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jun 21, 2009


Have you tried powering on without speakers connected? Have you tried powering on with no input? If either senerio causes the amp to NOT go into protection mode, then there is most likely a short in wiring. Use a multi meter to isolate.

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jun 12, 2009


The most common reason for an amp to go into or remain in protect mode is shorted output transistors. To eliminate other possible causes, read through the following page. Let me know if you have any other questions.

Amp in Protect Mode - Troubleshooting

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Mar 18, 2009


for 1 the amp is no where close to strong enough for the subs and 2 if the amp is mounted on the box it is vibrating the electronics loose. you always want the amps rms power to be be about 25% more than the speakers rms rating, from the sound of it you are either undriving the amp (clipping) or running the amp at 1 ohm load which is making it burn up. if the amp gets hot (which class d amps should never ever do) then try running just 1 sub. if the problem goes away then you know the amp is not enough for the subs. try a hifonics amp you will be amazed at the quality and power difference. I sell all major brands cheaper than almost anywhere. let me know the exact model of the subs and i can recommend a better amp for you.

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Jan 08, 2009


alot of times its not just the amp that gives you better sounding bass.. A lot has a to do with a few other factors as well.. first off your subwoofer.. the bigger the subwoofer the deeper the bass. Some woofers exturde, or flex differently depending on the quality and structure of the woofer.. 2nd is gonna be the sub box. different size boxes will give your sub diff. depths of bass. ... general idea is the bigger the box deeper the bass. But if your woofer is not supplied enough power a big box is useless.   With that size amp your best bet is too run a single woofer. Probably a 10inch woofer would sound the best.. but it in.75cub inch. sealed box.. should sound great.

AudioBahn DUB... | Answered on Nov 22, 2008

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