I have a 6000watt digital amplifier & 2 DVC (2500watts each) 12" subwoofers.the bass cuts off when the volume is increased.The amplifier was recently serviced.What are the recommended methods of connection for these subwoofers to get the best response in terms of competitions & dB's.
My car normally does a dB figure of around 148-150dB.
Can it possibily go any further than that.
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Hello, I searched all thru the service manual of the Technics SA-AX530 Receiver, and I have to say that there is not any way to turn the volume of the subwoofer up (or down) alone. The only control of the sound that affects the subw. level is the BASS control, but it controls also the bass at the speakers too. Good luck.
It is possible that you will need to check on your power lines and the output speaker connecction/ speakers/ If all these are fine, then you will neeed to check for loose, dry connections within the amplifier. Try to solder off suspected joints and check. If not check the amplifier when it had cut off. Confirm if the fault is a failure or absence of the power to the circuits. if so trace from the power section to find. If not it could be a protection acting in forcing a cut offf. In such case you will have to trace for load tripping of the circuit. reduce volume and Bass and test. try and tighten all leads, connectors and points. Helpful? Good day
Use a multi meter,set it to 12v,turn system on use some bass.while music is playiing hold pos of multi meter to poss- neg to neg- on amp see what voltage is running at at what its dropping to it sounds more like a voltage drop problem.if you hooked it up back words u could fry unit..Have you done the big 3.what size is your alt,and what is your amps draw..
The problem is in amplifier section caused by change value resistor or leak capacitor or cold ,loose or crack solder joint parts this the common problem of over heating and shuts out the amplifier caused by abnormal distribution of current,try to check all the capacitor and resistor and replaced the defected parts ,so your receivers works normal again.