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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: amp getting really hot
If depends on what the amp is rated to run. If it is only rated to run 2 ohms x2ch then it can only run 4 ohms x1ch. If you run it at 1 or 2 ohms that is too low, too much current, and it will get hot and eventually blow up under hard use. Some quality amps can live that way, and it depends on the sub and what frequency you are running it at. For normal use I would not recommend it. Wire to sub at 4 ohms x1 (or 2 ohms x2ch) for that amp if that is what it is supposed to be at, I'm not sure from your description. Also enhance cooling of the amp if you can, I run fans on mine if they have a heat issue. Warm is one thing, hot is another and not good for amp.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
SOURCE: hey im soon getting 3 cadence amps and im wondering if i need to wire them together im going to have 10 12in subwoofers in my care and im going to run 4 subs with 1 amp at 1ohm the amps are rated sepa
i would not wire them together especially if the watage is different you can blow an amp or get a lot of interference.
Posted on Nov 06, 2013
If you are experiencing chirping or bottoming out the problem is you probably have your bass boost turned all the way up, your frequency responses probably turned all the way up, the speakers may not be able to handle that low of a Hertz, basically anytime you turn everything up on your amp you're going to get more and more disturbance this is most likely what you are hearing if you turn your bass boost down and turn your gain all the way down and the problem stops then this will be your solution, and it is an easy fix all you have to do is keep turning up your gain until you start noticing the Distortion then dial it back 10% you should never use bass boost on an amp it destroys the amp and definitely destroys the speakers
Posted on Jun 25, 2016
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