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Problems with my txi 6006 amp

I recently purchased a hifonics titan txi 6006 amp and i have it pushing 2 alpine type r subwoofers. at first, the amp pushed the subs verrrrry hard and i was extremely pleased with its performance. now, about a week later, the amp seems to be over powered very easily, and is not pushing my subs nearly as well as they were nor as much as id like it to (ive had to turn down the amps settings).
is there anything i can do to get the performance of my amp back to where it was? or will i need a more powerful amp? i understand the amp temporarily over heating and not pushing the subs as hard, but how can it so suddenly stop pushing them like it was.

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Check all connections then check the subs voice coils to make sure there not burnt smelling, or burnt looking.then check the cars charging system you might have to add an extra battery,and or cap.

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