Question about Car Audio & Video
I hooked up an amp and sub as they should be. it was working perfectly for a week. then i start up the car one day and the sub is very quiet, even with all power to the amp and sub turned up to full volume, hardly any base can be heard. even playing around with the gain and built-in-cross-over on the amp didnt help. whats so wierd is how nothing has changed since it was working to when it wasnt, just suddenly quieter. any help would be appreciated. cheers
It sounds like your sub may have died ,get hold of a mulitimeter and check the impedance it should be 2 or 4 oms depending on the sub.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
I had the same problem with my kenwood subs if they do that it means they have blown you have wired them up wrong
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