Question about Pioneer Amplifiers & Preamps
Im having a problem with my pioneer amp
Pioneer GM-5300T 760W Max, 2-Channel Amplifier
760 Watt 2-Channel Pioneer GM-5300T Amplifier
RMS Power Output
4 ohms: 125 watts x 2 chan.
2 ohms: 190 watts x 2 chan.
Bridged, 4 ohms: 380 watts x 1 chan.
Max Power Output: 760 watts @ 2 ohms or 4 ohms bridged
it dosnt bass my subs it just lets vocal sounds basically my bass turns of every once and a while i dont know if it's the amp gettin hot or the rca cables or wat?
im from Yamaha service before and i know this model can handle as low as 2ohms per channel. I have to check on my manuals though if bridged. i dont see any reason why it cant. and it has a bridge option input stage... let me get back to you again in the days to come.
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i have a service manual to check on this. got to dig on my closets..
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
Depends on output requirement (in ohms) on the amp. Any further questions, don't hesitate to ask. If this is helpful, please post as such. TY
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
What kind of subs are you running? Meaning what brand, what are the ohm, spl and wattage? I'll look up your amp while you get that info to me. Looking forward to helping you:) Thanks!
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Hi I would suggest 40A (i know guys will disagree) but you shouldnt be running at full 50A. Fuse are often rate at 50% - 75% of the actual consumption. By the way, 8 guage @40A will give you about a 2% drop at 5 feet. Maybe consider heavier for 40A?? Just a suggestion
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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