Question about Legacy LA1478 Car Amp
Everythings hooked up right and lights come on. the only way you can get a little bit of sund of it by hooken the speaker wires up to both posative on the amp
Theres a chance you may have blown up the amp. never put a sub that is to strong for the amp because its pushing all of the energy out of the amp to power up the sub, causing the amp to blow a fuse or the channels, on the back there is control of frequency turn everything all the way up to see if you can even get it to thump hard but dont blow your sub if it pops turn down some stuff and check the head unit to where its fading to the front or rear and balance to left or right
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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