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Kicker 06ZX750.1 Car Audio Amp... Problem

Both of the Channels on the amp went out at the same time. i was running 2 12'' kicker lx subs, but there were also 2 more amps helping push the subs.

I am wondering if the amp is fixable or is it just trash??

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Re: Kicker 06ZX750.1 Car Audio Amp... Problem

Kicker amps are good amps, I would weigh the cost of a new one against getting this one repaired and go from there.

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I want a reliable system.

if you bought that equipment today then your answer is yes your amp will power the subs but if i was you and you want more bass I would go with a two channel amp or even a mono block amp that will be 1 ohm stable and if you decide to do that you might want to get subs that are dual 4 ohm voice coils and run them in series that will get you 1 ohm of resistance

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It just stopped working after about 4 years. the amp went in and out a couple of times then it just stopped working.

ok what type of amp are we talking about, what impedence and voice coils are your subs, and have you checked power, ground, fuses, etc... a quality amplifier kicker, jl, mtx, rockford... etc... should, if set up and wired properly, last you a very long time... I actually had a kicker amp since 96 and it still worked great to the day i gave it to my buddy... That's 11 years old with no issues...

Dec 12, 2009 | Jl Audio 300/4 Car Audio Amplifier

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I have 1500 kicker amp and 2 15L7 4oh want to hook up

you can't get full power out of it because those subs can be wired series/parrallel to a 1 ohm load or just series to a 4 ohm load and you don't want to put a 1 ohm load on this amp... you need dual 2 ohm subs for this amp... I have the same setup but with dual 2 ohm subs and it is rediculous... you need to buy different subs that are dual 2 ohm or buy an amp that is stable at 1 ohm... you will only get 750 rms out of a kicker 1500.1 at 4 ohms so u will do more harm than good to your subs.

Dec 09, 2009 | Kicker ZX1500.1 Car Audio Amplifier

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I've been running a kicker kx 800.2 and it has worked until now

Hello highryguy420,

It sounds like one or more of the output components is failing on the amp. You can contact Kicker support directly for instructions to return the amp for repair: . Alternatively, if you have a local car audio shop that does component level repairs, they could perhaps save you some money and time.

Hope this helps.

Jul 14, 2009 | Kicker KX800.2 Car Audio Amplifier

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Cut out

rewire the subs-each sub you want in series=8 ohms per sub-then at the amp wire the two 8 ohm subs in parallel which brings the ohms back down to 4 ohms which is optimal for the amp and it shouldnt shut down on you any more-try that-good luck

May 30, 2009 | Kicker ZX400.1 Car Audio Amplifier

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I have a kicker zx700.5 amp

Hello aj_vidal22,

Here's the link to MTX's sub page where you can view or download the information you need to properly wire the subs to your amp.

For maximum power, you'll need to wire the subs so that they present a 2 ohm load to the sub outputs on your amp. That will give you the full 420 watts RMS the amp is rated for. Likewise, you,ll want the run the front 4-channels at 2 ohms. Run separately, they produce 85 Watts times 4 channels, or if bridged, 130 watts times 2-channels. But if you run fronts at 4 ohms, they only produce 70 watts times 4 channels and your sub output at 4 ohms drops to 210 watts.

Hope this helps.

Apr 17, 2009 | Kicker 06ZX750.1 Car Audio Amplifier

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Amp problem

depends on what subs you are using that amp puts out a max rms of 150 watts x 2 no kicker brand sub will run of that low of power. the fading you are hearing sounds like the amp is being overdriven and it is hard clipping because it doesnt have enough power for the subs. that amp is designed for mids and highs.

Jan 09, 2009 | Kicker 04KX350.4 Car Audio Amplifier

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Kicker zx850.2 and two kicker s10l72 , check this out. for that set up i would recommend either getting a mono amplifier or dual 4 ohm subs. hope that helps.

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What amp to use

recommended maximum for the sub boxes is 1600/800 here is the link to the manual if you need it; If you really wanted to get the maximum from your subs then a zx750, or possibly a zx1000 would be the ideal choice. Either amp you suggested will work, but you will have more fun with a 750 which should do fine. Hope this helps :)

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