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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you confirmed that you have a good signal feeding the amp?
Have you confirmed that the speakers are in good working order and don't have any breaks in the wiring?
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
If you can point it to me in the schematic diagram I might be able to help you. But I suggest you bring it to a qualified audio electronic technician if you still value it. cheers!
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
SOURCE: Hifonics BXI 1606D problems
it may be a wiring problem you need to make sure all the speaker positives and negatives are correct. I sell alot of hifonics amps and have never had 1 do that. it may also be a bad rca cable. if it only does it when you use the filter i would say not to use it also make sure the gain is no more than 3/4 turned up and the bass boost no more than 1/2. if you have a dif amp try a temp setup using it and if it still does it its a wiring issue. also try 1 speaker at a time on the hifonics and keep adding 1 till it comes back it may be a bad voice coil on 1 sub .
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
two dual 2 ohm subs = .5 ohms wired parallel and 2 ohms wired in a series / two dual 4 ohm subs = 1 ohm wired pallallel and 4 ohms wired in a series / one dual 2 ohm sub = 1 ohm wired parallel and 4 ohms wired in a series / one dual 4 ohm sub = 2 ohms wired parallel and 8 ohms wired in a series......this means if you have two dual 2 ohm subs or if you have one dual 4 ohm sub you are not going to be able to get a 1 ohm load.......running parallel on a dual coil speaker is both positives are ran to the positive on the amp and both negatives are ran to the negative on the amp.....running in a series is the positive terminal from one coil ran to the positive on the amp and the negative terminal on the other coil ran to the negative on the amp and having the remaining open positive and negative terminals connected to each other with a jumper wire
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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