Question about Performance Teknique ICBM-779 Car Audio Amplifier
I recently put my kicker cvr's in my new Jeep and wirered everything the same way i did in my old car, but took out a capacitor i had and wired from the battery straight to the amp. the amp and subs work, but arent very loud and distort easy. when i pull one of the RCA cables out, the one subwoofer that remains plugged in is louder than when both subs are plugged in. and its the same way when i plug them both in again and take the other rca cable out. Help!!!
U can also check where you pluged the rca cables into the head unit make sure there in the right spot
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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