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Amp problem my subs are fading in and out not bad but i can def tell when they r really hitting and when they arent. Does anyone know how i can get a constant sub power.

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Depends on what subs you are using that amp puts out a max rms of 150 watts x 2 no kicker brand sub will run of that low of power. the fading you are hearing sounds like the amp is being overdriven and it is hard clipping because it doesnt have enough power for the subs. that amp is designed for mids and highs.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

  • wyatt connolly
    wyatt connolly Jan 10, 2009

    if you need a bigger amp let me know what subs you have and i can sell you a great amp that is matched better to the subs you have.

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