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Wheres the power.. No bump

IT puts sound though but it doesnt not seem to put enough power into the subs "12's" to bump them..

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  • Joel Friedenberg May 11, 2010

    The Alpine MRP-M450 Car... amp is a MONO amp. How many Subs do you have hooked up to it? It will put out 400 watts @2ohms/one sub.

  • Jorge Majano May 11, 2010

    what kind of subs do you have? like what is the wattage?

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It might be that your subs are too powerful for the amp, check the model of the sub or subs online and check out how many watts they can take, because you might need to upgrade your amp or downgrade your subs

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

  • Jorge Majano Jul 06, 2009

    either that, or the wires directly to the subs are too thin, i know the wires need to be 8 gauge wires, so it might be that too, hope it helps. Goodluck

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