Question about Pyramid PB915X 1200 Watts 2 Channel Bridgeable Amplification Car Audio Amp
I have two 12 inch 1000 watt kenwood subs and I want to hook them up to my new pb915x pyramid 1200 watt amp. How do I hook the subs up to the amp to make it sound the best and have the best bass
1st have your subs facing inwards towards the front of the car, not facing out the boot, This creates a better bass.
Wire 1 sub to one channel and the other sub to the other channel.
Turn down your gain as low as possible and then power everything up.
turn volume to desired loudness and then start turning up the gain slowly, if distorts a little turn in back down a notch.
avoid using bass boost, I agree it sounds great but it puts more strain on your amp and shortens its life.
after sorting out your gain, tweak all others until sound is bassy and clear with no distortion.
If you would like to use bass boost, turn on bass boost first, then up your gain etc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuze blowing
try: a shorter ground cable, a bigger ground cable or sanding the surface where you make your ground. a lot of amps will tell you the ground should be no more than 3 ft and for any the shorter the better
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Red - should be fused & is the +12Vdc system supply voltage.
Chassis = System ground.
Individual Green, Grey, & cooresponding blacks will be the right & left chan Audio ins (Black = neg).
Paired bl/blwh, br/brwh, grey/grwh, & green/grwh will be the audio outs.
Hope this helps !!!!
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
SOURCE: amp over heating and cutting off
sounds like the Impedance of the speakers does not match that of the amp, therefore the output stage of the amp is trying to compensate, driving the amps too hard and eventually causing the thermal cut out to activate. Check the ratings on everything are compatible before you start sending it off to be fixed.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
This is hard to explain and what needs to be done is wire in parallel both subwoofers. This website will help just put in the amount of speakers and amount of ohms each and it gives you diagram.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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