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Hifonics BXI 1606D problems

I have a hifonics BXI 1606D amp i have it hooked up to 3 MA Audio 150QS they are 450 rms single 4 ohm, the amp runs at 1.34 ohms and when i turn the subsonic (hertz) adjustment down to low the subs start to make a solid tone running at the amount of hertz the knob is turned to would the problem be that adjustment knob? if you can help me that would be really great thanks a lot.

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It may be a wiring problem you need to make sure all the speaker positives and negatives are correct. I sell alot of hifonics amps and have never had 1 do that. it may also be a bad rca cable. if it only does it when you use the filter i would say not to use it also make sure the gain is no more than 3/4 turned up and the bass boost no more than 1/2. if you have a dif amp try a temp setup using it and if it still does it its a wiring issue. also try 1 speaker at a time on the hifonics and keep adding 1 till it comes back it may be a bad voice coil on 1 sub .

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