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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless your amp is 1 (one) ohm stable then you may have fried it. When you attach a 2 ohm load across a bridged amp then you have effectivly placed each output channel on a 1 ohm load. Not a good thing in most cases. Try hooking up ONE speaker on one channel and one input to that one channel one at a time. Then switch the speaker/input to the other channel and see if you can get either or both channels to work independently. Needless to say you must turn the amp off before you make ANY change in the wiring.
Posted on Jun 25, 2007
SOURCE: DUB2502 amp
you probably have the speakers set to where it ecxeeds the ohm load limits. its only 4 ohm stable when bridged and two ohm stable when ran using two channels. so either run the speakers at 8 ohms each parallel or just hook one speaker to eack channel. if you do not know what i am talking about then just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and give me the speaker specifications.
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
SOURCE: i need help hooking this up
"is the got two wires in the ground and remote turn on wie"
Can you be more specific about the wiring...where the two wires are connected to and where they come from, and I'll try to help you.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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