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How do i hook up 2 marshall guitar amps into 1 cabinet for stereo sound?

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Some Marshall cabinets do have stereo input jacks. You would need one of them or have to use another cabinet.

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I have a QSC RMX 2450 in which both channels are driven even though the amp is in stereo mode and I am only sending a signal into input channel one. It acts as if the amp is in parallel mode but I have...


My thoughts are that the amp has a poor channel separation but usually you can only hear a very quiet trace of the sound through the undriven channel. I agree with Taurus and make sure that the switch is making contact and moving all the pins to the proper points. This is a Home stereo amp, it comes with an extended 6 year warranty if you register it, I would check into getting a warranty repair before doing anything to it! Looks like a nice quality piece, those dip switches are a little bit confusing but the way it's built it is necessary to have them. It has a Dual Mono amp section so there is no way that any sound can be crossing over unless the swithches are directing it. The only way that can happen is in Parallel or in Mono. You could be in Stereo / Mono which would input both channels and output 3 settings a 1, 2 in Stereo & a Mono, Try hooking a speaker up to the Mono/ Bridge outputs and see if it's louder than just hooked up to 1 or 2. Parallel inputs will give you Mono 1 & 2 with Bridge off, and might give you Mono 1 & 2 with a bridged Mono if the bridge is on, like 3 channels all mono with one getting twice as much power as the 1 & 2 will put out. Although they have it labeled to not use it in those settings it's possible to do. I can see why you would be checking the switches.
It may actually be labeled incorrectly , as strange as it seems, many Chinese products have been made with labeling errors. Plus and minus have been wrong on Asian Made car amps so it's not that inconceivable that this may have some incorrect settings shown?

Apr 03, 2013 | Car Audio & Video

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So i have installed my amp, epicenter, all wiring is done, hace great ground.. But once i turn my car on to sound check everything starts fine but after turning up the volume a bit.. My amo goes into...


It sounds like you have your gain to high. best way to solve this is by turning the gain way down to - or lowest number , then turn everything on and upto the volume you desire, then slowly up the gain. also avoid using bass boost, I agree it sounds great but it puts strain on the amp and shortens life in the amp. with the bass boost off, you can adjust others (not the gain) to get bass.

Hope this helps

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How to bridge a kenwood kac-9105d


Are you referring to something like this, using two different amps? It is a mono amp, meaning there's one amp in the box.
"KAC-9105D also has a Dual Mono Drive connection that allows you to strap two KAC-9105D amps together to power a single subwoofer."Quoted fromhttp://www.kenwoodusa.com/Car_Entertainment/Amplifiers/KAC-9105D

Here's a link to a page out of the Yamaha Sound Reinforcement book. the top shows a stereo amp (1 box, two different amps inside) hooked up to drive two different speakers, which is known as 'stereo' mode.It then shows the two amps hooked to the opposite sides of the same speaker, which is known as 'bridge' mode.http://books57.net/ampOuts.gif

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Feb 24, 2012 | Kenwood Car Audio & Video

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My amp powers on but i get no sound and i have everything hooked up properly, what is wrong with it?


Have you tried your subs on another amp???? Or hook up a small speaker at low volume to the amp and see if it plays....If it doesnt, then the problem lies within your speaker output on your amp or your line out (rcas) on your stereo

Oct 24, 2010 | Jl Audio 500/1 Car Audio Amplifier

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Trouble connecting marine amp to stereo


Hello lizskates814,

You can use either the high level (speaker) or the low-level (RCA's) inputs to the amp, but not both. Choose whichever one sounds the best or is more convenient to install and leave the other disconnected.

Hope this helps.

May 23, 2009 | Pyle PLMRA400 Car Amp

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Volume goes up and down on its own + a lot of scrachy noises when


You have dirty potentiometer (pot) controls. Unfortunately to clean them properly you will have to remove the amplifier from the wooden cabinet. If you're not comfortable doing this then send it to a local musical instrument/amp repair shop.

1) Disconnect AC power (duh)
2) After carefully documenting all connections, unplug/disconnect speaker, footswitch and the reverb wires on the back of the amplifier.
3) Look for four screws along top of wood cabinet that hold the inverted amplifier in place (thank you Leo Fender). Normally there is a wood block that will prevent the amplifier chassis from dropping down as the four screws are removed BUT assume nothing.
4) When amplifier is completely free from the cabinet top, carefully slide it out the backside.
5) Up on the bench avoid the filter capacitors (look like a C size battery) in the amplifier chassis located over by the AC power cord as they may still hold an electrical charge.
6) Look for the three terminals exiting each pot along the front of the amplifier chassis. Using a PLASTIC SAFE tuner/control cleaner/lube (Radio Shack Model 64-4315/Catalog #64-4315) aim the extension nozzle into the open area where the three terminals enter the pot.
7) Turn the pot knob CW/CCW while dispensing a small amount of.the control cleaner. Repeat with all controls.
8) Re-assemble (don't forget to reconnect all the wiring from step #2) and download a couple of new guitar TAB's for proper testing inspiration.....Glen :-)

Apr 07, 2009 | Peavey AMPLIFIER, 1000 WPC, DDT, 8/4/2...

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Legend Amp hook up manual.


Pretty Straight Forward get a 8 or 4 gauge amp wiring kit.

Run your hot wire to the +12V from the battery make sure to install the supplied inline fuse near the battery don't connect to the battery until installation is complete.

Run the REM to your stereo power ant. Wire. if available.

Run the GND to Metal Chassis Ground keep it as short as possible.

Run the RCA Cable from the back of the Stereo to the RCA Inputs or Low Level on the amp.

This amp is 2 Ohm Stereo Stable which means you can connect 2 (4 ohm) speakers in parallel to each channel or 1 (4 ohm) speaker on each channel or you can connect 1 (4 ohm) Speaker in bridged mode.

There are other speaker configurations you could use but you cannot drop the load below 2 Ohm in stereo mode and no lower than 4 ohm in bridged mode.

Hope this helps


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High wattage car stereo


positive (1 guage) from main battery to second battery positive terminal. hook all amps positive to second battery and hook 2nd battery ground to frame of car (where amp is now grounded) if you have a 2nd battery a cap is a waste of money. make sure all grounds (battery and amps) are together on same ground point of car, do not ground amps to battery - ground everything to 1 spot on the frame or body of the car ! - yes you can pigtail remote leads.

Jan 01, 2009 | Kicker KX650.4 Car Audio Amplifier

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Directed audio 800a amp the protection light keeps blinking


1. Check your grounds. (including grounds for your stereo)

2. Check to make sure the power cable you connected to your car battery is properly connected, and not coming into contact with anything metal.

3. Make sure you are using proper fuses.

4. Check your connection from your stereo to your amp, and your amp to your subs.

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