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Jensen Amplifier..4 x 50WRMS at 4 Ohms

Hi! I have installes an amplifier (4 x 50WRMS) and I did as the following: Bridged 2 50:s = 100 WRMS driving a subwoofer(MDS 370WRMS MAX).. 2 x Singles 50WRMS supplying 2 coaxial loudspeakers(Sony -Explode-45WRMS) the problem is that I hear the engine noise when I play music..otherwise there is not any problems with the sound quality.. Anybody !! Greetings

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This sounds like you need a ceramic noise suppression filter/ferrule on the Power line to the amp. You should be able to get a suitable one from most car audio shops. Hope this helps, please post again if you have trouble getting one :)

Posted on Mar 28, 2007

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The Amplifer (amp) needs to be matched to the speakers you intend to run.


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Your amplifier is 4 channel... and only 2 ohm stereo capable.

You will get the most power putting 1 subwoofer wired in parallel on each BRIDGED channel.

This will give you a 2 ohm stereo load.

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