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When we turn it on, why is bass super loud?


The bass may have been set to super loud during initial set up.

Jan 05, 2016 | Televison & Video

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My amp turns on good but after a while of too much bass causes a ugly sound too loud what could it be? Can it be repaired?


If you have over driven the amp by playing it real loud with the bass control turned up, it is very possible that you have toasted the output stages of amp.
Every time you boost a tone control by 3 db you have doubled the output power at that frequency. So if you are "coasting" along at a nominal 75 watts, the moment you boost the bass by 3 db the amp has to put out 150 watts at that low frequency.. Go to +6db and now the poor amp has to kick out 300 watts! And so on.

Rule of thumb - you never use your tone controls at very loud levels. Tone controls are there to compensate for the poor frequency response of the human ear at low volume levels - the Fletcher Munsen effect. At low volumes our hearing with the lows and high frequencies so when you play something at low volume you boost up the bass and treble to compensate for poor hearing. At loud volumes our ears respond properly.

Sep 12, 2015 | Car Audio & Video

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To much bass and vibration


-5 decibels can be quite loud. Either turn down the bass, volume or both. The bass could be vibrating some items on a shelf or any other place. If you continue to play it that loud, you will more than likely, damage the amp.

Dec 19, 2013 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I have a system installed and i have mtx speakers plus mtx subwoofers i want to know how could i take the bass of the speakers because it sounds horrible when loud


if you turn the bass setting in your radio down it will take the bass out, but may take some of the bass out of the subs as well, if this occurs and you still are not satified, you either have to get a car receiver with a non fading subwoofer preout, or you could get bass blockers for all the speakers you dont want the bass in

Apr 05, 2012 | MTX Car Audio & Video

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I have a Kenwood KAC-9105D amp with 2 Rockford fosgate 10 inch subs in a sealed box. When i turn the volume up loud the bass fades out for a few secs and then comes back to being loud again, this keeps...


It's the battery, not enough juice to supply your amp at loud volumes so the bass will drop out especially on long bass notes. Replace your battery!

Sep 25, 2010 | Kenwood KAC9105D Car Amp

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How to set gains, brand new amps dont kno much about car audio.. how do i tune my amp for loud bass


for loud bass is 120Hz the freq. and adjust the audio gain in scale 1 to 10 in 7.

Apr 24, 2010 | Hifonics XXV Sampson Car Amp

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For 100 watts it doesn't seem that loud to me. Could I maybe add more speakers (2x10s)?


Our human perception of loudness can be way off. You should get a soundmeter and compare. There are some pretty good ones on eBay new for about $140.

Adding speakers may NOT increase the sound much as the power will then be split between the speakers.

Nov 02, 2009 | Fender Rumble 100 Bass Guitar Amplifier

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Remote bass control short


It Could be Eiher Problem Make Sure The Remote our using is thew same brand as the amp its plugged in to

May 27, 2009 | AudioBahn A4002T Car Audio Amplifier

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The "loud" option on the cd player


Alright, the MP335 doesn't actually have a "loud" option, It does have Bass Boost settings, which you control by the B.BOOST button on the botttom row of buttons. If I remember correctly there should be 3 settings of bass boost. I hope this helped.
-Andrew Hawkins

Apr 11, 2008 | Kenwood KDC-MP335 CD Player

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"cracking" noise


Your subwoofer is not capable of playing as loud as you want it to. That sound is the woofer reaching its limit. If you have any bass tone setting on your receiver set them to flat. If there are any other bass settings i.e contour, loudness boost etc turn them off. You can also try putting the woofer into a corner. This will increase the output. Closer to you would also be louder. Otherwise you need a sub with more output. Don't let the power rating fool you when you get a new one.

Aug 26, 2007 | Acoustic Research ARS108 Speaker

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