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Subs will not work right.

I have 2 12" AudioBahn subs. They were working fine just kept shutting off per my amp was over heating. Now they wont work. The amp works fine because I have back up subs connected and are working. I hooked up my meter to the + and - and do not get a reading but when I hook up the + and touch the metal frame on the back of the sub then I get a reading. It is the same with sound but it is very distorted. Do you know what is wrong.?

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  • jacob_bies Apr 27, 2009

    i have the same thing on one of the coils on each subs, so i just run 500rms to each sub and just use the one coil. fully replacing the coils custom once they give out

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The subs coils are melted and shorting out so the amp shuts off

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