I was changing my alpine amplifier to rocford power amplifier today. then when i was done i put some music on. But the blue light on the bass controller was weak. and i just have a little bass. I have used that rockford amplifier before. please tell me why the blue light is weak.
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Rockford is great for bass and your two way speakers. Alpine still controls the three way speakers that I would suggest for wanting the strong vocals with less bass. Too much bass bad so I would ignore most input from "audio" guys. They always over build the bass side, balance is the key.
He may be right! You might try finding a new source of contact for your ground cause it may not be sufficent enough to ground to, also make sure that no wires from the back of your radio have any wires sticking out touching other interfering things that could possibly be causing the noise
You're drawing a ton of power from the car's electrical system. Get a stiffening capacitor and put it in on the amp's main power cable. If you're draining the car that badly, make sure to get at least a 1 farad cap, bigger if you can, and until you do, turn the gain down and don't run so much bass - you'll kill your battery in the meantime.
Ok this is a common problem and the fix is quite easy. even though you may not want to hear it. Here it goes: Your amplifier is drawing more current then your alternator can put out and more then your voltage regulator can control. This means that you must and I repeat must add another battery, alternator, and voltage regulator for your sound system. adding these components will eliminate your problems. That is the long and the short of it.
I hope this helps,
You may have a problem with the power source feeding the amp. You need to check the voltage across the amplifier's B+ and ground terminals when the amp is playing/cutting off. If it's dropping below ~11 volts, you need to determine why it's dropping so low.