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I have my amplifier connected to my dj system only one speaker of the bass works wich is channel 1 channel 2 does not work and fault button keeps on blinking red?

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The XTI 2k has lots of DSP options built into the front panel. If it's your intent to run the amp in bridge mono for subs be sure than you have all settings set correct for the DSP, it's very possible that channel 2 will render in-active.

This also applies in the case if you wanted to run your subs in stereo and the internal settings are set for bridged mono.

Another possibility would be if the DSP was set with a crossover. If you put a cross-over point (Low Pass Filter) on the high side of the sub, if becomes the High Pass Filter of Channel 2. Audio would pass if there was no other filter sets, but would not if you were using a crossover and then hitting the subs.

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