Hae im running a Kd Sh1000 headunit to RF p4004 its running RF FNX2614 6.5 components upfront and a RF HX2 12" in the back, the hx2 is running 2ohm bridged and in parallel (dual voice coil) with gain up pretty high
is this ok for the amp?
i know its rockford nd i havent had any trouble but yeah just wondering?
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Your amp is fryed it happened to me. Pull the covers off so you can see the mother board and Then try connect all wires. But don't connect the light up display. Good luck. Im gets a bit Hot now and only two ch work
Ok for best results.
1.make sure you agust the gain according to person prefrences.
2make sure you set the crossover on the amp.ok in your speakers the would probley sound best if you set the Low pass fillter at 50hz and the high pass fillter at 25khz (if you have one) or on your headunit
I know loads of ppl who have had the same problem. Are you getting an output from ur headunit RCA's? Sometimes you need to turn the sub RCA's on via ur headunit. I would make sure im getting an output from the headunit first.
if burned components are on output stage or amplifier section on board..Then look at the oposite side of amp..Both amplifier section should be a mirror image oof componentc from other..that way you can know the values of parts.If they are on power supply section ..Then you might need manual if available..
Could be the sub has a shorted or rubbing voice coil, the speaker wires could have rubbed and touching or pinched with the chassis or ground, or the amp has a idle bias proble. The first two can be checked in the vehicle, the last one should be set up on a bench with a steady power supply and speaker load resistors attached and a osilliscope attached to the load resistors and a variable 400 to 1000 HZ tone at the input. You the raise the input and see where the waveform statrts to clip. If it starts to clip right away most likly there is a problem in the output or drivers or the connecting componets.