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Amp problem i got a 1800w pyle amp n 1500w kenwood subwoofer it doesnt pump the bass i want n as i increase the volume in th headunit the subwoofers bass goes down n sometimes it goes on protect mode why

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Why, why, why, that is the question here.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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