Question about Car Audio & Video
Audiobahn aw1205q sub. 1 voice coil works the other does not. 1Voice coil looks like its burnt. Can this be repaired?
Replace but maybe replace wire connection. Try Radio Shack for part.
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Contact company the can send you diagrams or go to a stero stop they should be able to help because some shop have wire diagrams for best way to get the most thump in you r trunk.Make sure you know the ohms your subs is 1-2-4 ohms.Should say on the back of your sub and how many contacts are on in two or four.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
SOURCE: sub does not operate
There could be many issues, from fuses in your amp, to power getting to your amps, to "low" impedance on your amp, and the circuit shutting down. Or it could even be your head unit, perhaps there is a setting on the HU that turns ON/OFF the subwoofer. BTW, you are running to low of an impedance on that amp. If my memory serves me correct, the lowest impedance that they JL Audio recommends is 1.5 Ohms.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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Audiobahn subs are not too powerful and they can not handle too much continuous RMS, be careful they will heat up and tear off the voice coils off ur subs. run about 100 - 150 RMS at 75 HZ to each sub and keep the gains at about 3/4 this way you will avoid blowing out your subs. It also depends on the amp? What kind of amp is it?
Let me know if you wish. Otherwise
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