Question about Legacy - American II: 2 Channel 2000W American II Series LA-1990 Car Audio Amplifier
I have an american legacy 2400 bridgeable amp and two kenwood 1200 watt subs and and when i raise the volume of my head unit the bass don't sound as great as i would expect.
there is an adjustment lever on the amp with hpf and lpf (i think) and the main gain whats the ideal setting that my amp should be on and whats the ideal setting for the bass settings on my head unit as well.
1) legacy products are highly overrated and i have never seen one put out the power it claims
2) if you are running the amp bridged, you need to match the impedance of the speakers to the amps highest output impedance, otherwise your system will not sound all that great...
what size fuse or fuses does your amp use? what size wire did you install with (power and ground)? did you connect direct to battery or did you connect to a fuse block or similar? did you use a stiffening capacitor? does it sound like it is clipping when you turn it up or is it just distorted? what kind of box are you using for the speakers (ported, vented, sealed, bandpass)?
if you give me the model number of your speakers and your amplifier i can probably help you more, but with the information you have provided, this is all i can offer..
hope it helps,
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
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