Question about MTX Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Run a Jumper from coil 1 + to coil 2 + and a jumper from coil 1 - to coil 2 - and then run + from coil 1 to amp and - from coil 2 to amp. This will put your load to 3 Ohm and that will give you the most power. You could get more by going to 1 ohm but I don't think the mtx amps are stable at 1 ohm.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
I would hook up the subs in parallel set up. Lower the resistance causes the amp to create more power to the amp. Your amp can handle 2 ohm load so from my stand point it is best to set up this way. Here is the link that displays how to set up subs:
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
in order to solve this problem you must figure out what type of enclosure gives you the sound you are looking for and take into account the area this enclosure will be placed in and does that combination allow you to efficiently run your subs without overpowering your components ( subs, amps, ect). there are many options on wiring your amp and depending on the options on your subs such as dual voice coils, you have a really good chance to get the sound you are looking for if you just do a little homework and make the most of your entire audio system. dont make the classic mistake and just toss your system together and start cranking up the power on your amp to get the sound you want because you could possibly loose your amp, subs, or worse like your cars electrical system. if you have to turn your amp past the three quarter mark, get a bigger amp because heat is going to be a big issue and sony amps will shut down into protect mode almost every time. get the specs for your equipment and see what options you have as far as bridged or single channel, how many ohms this amp can handle and different options to wire your subs such as series or parallel so that your amp is stable when pushing your subs and its not a drain on your battery every time you turn it on.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
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How do you have the wires hooked from the sony reciever to the inputs on the mtx?
Sounds like your Remote wire is way too big. it should be 14 guage. It only sends a low voltage low amp signal.
Another thing that could be messing up the sounds is the routing of the wires. you should have the power supply wires separate from the Audiop signal wiring. Power should run down the Driver side and Audio down the passenger side.
When you answer I may be able to tell you more.
Oct 19, 2007 | Car Audio & Video
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