Question about Kicker ZX1500.1 Car Audio Amplifier
I just purchased a zx1500.1 off of eBay(maybe a mistake) and just got done hooking it up. I have 2 12" L7's 2 ohm....the subs are wired exactly how they are supossed to. I hook everything up and turn on my car...the amp powers up then it seems like the subs are just getting constant power because there is just a constant sound of low bass. The subs don't hit they just stay erect and I have no idea what is wrong.
If the subs are pushed to their limits straight out and remain there as long as the amp is on, the amplifier probably has shorted output transistors. If the speakers are moving in and out like they would be on a bass note, there may be something wrong with the shield ground of the head unit.
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
SOURCE: Amp cuts off...
Are the woofers single or dual voice coil?
How many ohms per coil?
If they are dual voice coil, are the coils for each speaker wired in series or parallel?
Are the speakers connected directly to the amp or are the speaker in series (one wire from each speaker connected to the amp?
Have you checked the DC voltage at the amp when you're playing it at high volume (where it cuts off)?
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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