Question about Car Audio & Video
I have a 600w 4 channel bridgable amplifier which 2 front speakers are connected at 150w each plus a 300w subwoofer. The sub isnt producing much bass at all. The rear speakers are hooked up the stereo head & now not working at all.
What have I done wrong???
Also can i connect all 4 speakers by bridging them to the amp as well as run the sub?
Can any1 help me....driving me nuts....lol
You probably need your remote wire re-hooked and make sure the ground wire is good and the remote wire is connected to the right wire(the red wire).
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The single sub channel is created by bridging channels 3 & 4
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