Question about Car Audio & Video
Many different problems could be occuring. if the sub is not in a box, it will not produce any bass, get in a box and problem solved.
if you have more than one sub you could have them out of phase, reverse the positive and negative on ONLY ONE SPEAKER and it should fix this problem.
if its amped you could have the crossover set improperly, set to LPF or low pass and set frequency to about 90 to 120 and you should be good with that.
other than that it could just be under powered, a good 200 watt amp should be enough to push it and get good sound, it can handle more but thats up to you. hope the info helps.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kenwood KAC-X1R and one 12"
You may have a high resistance in your positive or negative power supply. with your amp you need to use at least a 2 gauge power cable. Is your fuse blowing? if so then a short circuit to ground may be causing that.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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