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Problem i have 2 l7kicker 15s n a 3000wat rockerfosgate amp and when i turn my bass up it starts too cut on and off at a certain level of volume but its not going into protection mode wats wrong

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You need to get a bigger ground wire and the cut in and out will stop the cutting in and out is the protection mode starting if it cant hold the thump a capacitor 2farad will hold the bass
hope this helped

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