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Will the amp blow my speakers?


If you bridge the amp and get 1000 watts RMS and that is split going to two speakers then you will get 500 watts RMS at each speaker. If you have your amplifier on maximum gain it may blow your speakers, not because they are overpowered but because you might run into "clipping" issues running the amp at maximum capacity. Just to be safe I would dial the amp's gain down to 3/4 of the way to full gain. That should give you ample power and keep your amp from clipping and running hot.

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How to replace starter motor


same as on all cars.
ever read a book on car repair?
is this your first time?
no engine stated ,.
to the generic, youtube this 1000s of examples...


1: remove the Neg battery lug and tie it back.
2: gain access to the starter, (jack stands work)
3: remove those wires.
4: remove those bolts at the base of starter.
5: bam it's out.

or RTM?
page 8F -40 , covers this. in the FSM
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What size wire and how does it hook to thr unit rpkb-036jaz


Look at rating plate on side of unit for Volts, Amps, Watts.
Volts x amps = watts.
If unit is 240Volts, then you need double-pole 240Volt breaker
If unit is 8500 watts at max power, then 8500 watts divided by 240Volts = 35 amps.

What size breaker for 35 amps?
When electricians figure load rating for breakers, they use the 80% rule.
40 amp breaker x 80% = 32 amp safe maximum load for 40 amp breaker. Use 8 gauge wire with 40 amp breaker.
50 amp breaker x 80% = 40 amp safe maximum for 50 amp breaker. I use 6 gauge wire with 50 amp breaker.
60 amp breaker x 80% = 48 amp safe maximum for 60 amp breaker. Again, use 6 gauge wire with 60 amp breaker.

How to connect wires to unit.
First of all, all outdoor HVAC units require power cut off located next to unit.
This lets the mechanic, or service tech turn power off to work on unit, even if the mechanic does not have access to main breaker box.

Next, open unit to see where wires connect.
If unit has wires, then connect both hot wires from 240 breaker to the wires inside unit. Connect bare ground wire to green ground screw.
If unit has terminals. The terminals will be labeled L1 L2. Connect each hot wire from 240Volt breaker to either one of the screw terminals. Then bare ground goes to green ground screw.

Copy following links for basic illustrations connecting wires to terminals, and to breakers, and selecting wire size.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Tankless-electric-water-heater.html

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What are the proper knob settings for a galaxy DX99V


prefferably on . sq to point that radio starts to hiss . then RF gain about 3/4 open along with power gain . clarifier set to channel you are monitering . volume your choice.

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Hiss


If trim controls or gains are set near maximum, HISS is normal as electronics generates a thermal type noise.

If gains are set in normal operating area, the noise SHOULD be minimal.

Other sources of interference like nearby radio transmitters, welders, arc lights, etc. can create noise.

Start with ALL gains turned down and find which if any cause the noise to be unacceptable.

MAKE SURE all power to this and ALL the other connected equipment come from a single receptacle to avoid ground loops.

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My ma audio hk 898 will power on but will not push subs at all what can i do


Hello 76firebirdfo,

If there's no sound at all from the subs and you know they are good, there's probably no output from the amp. It's either wired incorrectly or it is defective.

If there's some sound but just not loud enough, then either the amp is not getting enough of an input signal from your head unit, or the amp settings are not adjusted properly. Adjust the crossover and gains for the best output to subs. LP filter on, crossover frequency at about 80-100Hz, and gain to maximum without distortion when head unit volume is at about 3/4 maximum.

Hope this helps.

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I don't know how to do percents.like sport bag $40,30% markup how do i know what is the mark up how do i get to that number


what's 10 % of 40? 4(now times by 3) so 30% of 40 must be 12 so the markup price would be 52$ just add the number(12) you got from your percentage and the 40 and bam u got your answer. Hope u understand

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Bass boost/Gain


Both the bass boost and the gain generally do the same thing, except the bass boost is essentially "additional gain" at a particular frequency (in this case, 45Hz). I would suggest lowering the bass boost (10?) and adjust the gain. Honestly, you may have to play around with both settings until you find a happy medium. There is going to be a maximum the amp can provide no matter how you get there. Hope that helps!

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Sub power hadling capacity


Yes. If the rated power is 380W and the Max power is 1000W then it will handle it. Subs fry when clipping occurs. Clipping is when the amplifier is pushed past its capabilities and the output to the sub gets "dirty". The better quality the amp, the safer it will be on your speakers. It is also important to remember that the gain control on the amplifier is NOT a volume control to boot the sound, it is only to match the output from the headunit to the input handling of the amp. Cranking the gain up too much WILL CAUSE CLIPPING.

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