Question about Car Audio & Video
The bas control nob is just a grimack end a waste of money,You don,t need it because all the decks in the last 8 years have,Sub level control on them, Where you can adjust the level of bas from the (Deck) All your asking for to happen, Buy all so useing the bas control for the amp, Is to (Blow) Your (Subs) End fry your amp, When you use both of them for controling the bass, You are causeing the sub end the amp to over heat, I installed car audio for over 40 years , before i retired this summer, End seen lots of amps end subs that were damage, Buy guys haveing them hookup all so,End anouther thing that damage subs end amps, When they have the grain control on the amp crank right up.
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go by the fuse rating on the amplifier as a default. i.e. - If on amp has a 40 amp fuse on the outside and another has a 30 amp fuse on the outside, then you need to supply at least 70 amps of current. the formula works like this: amps X volts = watts. Doing the math here, for an amp to produce 1000w of power @ your vehicle's 12v power, you need 83 amps of current. Most cars produce 14v from the alternator when running, so this is really only needing 71 amps. Make sure your car's alternator can supply the excess current when running. Most modern amplifiers are efficient enough to produce their wattage with even less current than that.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
SOURCE: Soundstream rub 500-1 mono....
U need to make sure your subs are wired correctly. And u need to make sure all your speakers are at the same ohm load. If u hook up two subs on one channel and two more on the other one u need to make sure that your subs are all 2ohm or 4ohm subs cause if u got two 4ohm subs ran parrallel then u will have a 2ohm setting and if both of them are 2ohm subs them your load will be a 1ohm load witch could harm your amp unless its an 1ohm stable amplifier.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
SOURCE: pheonix gold amp bass remote
i just had the same amp and tried using my buddies bass knob from a different model wouldnt work so i called company they said you have to have the cord that came with the amp
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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