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You are destorting the coils! you have to not turn the volume all the way up or even close. you are pushing it beond what the speaker/amp can handle
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Audiobahn subs are not too powerful and they can not handle too much continuous RMS, be careful they will heat up and tear off the voice coils off ur subs. run about 100 - 150 RMS at 75 HZ to each sub and keep the gains at about 3/4 this way you will avoid blowing out your subs. It also depends on the amp? What kind of amp is it?
Let me know if you wish. Otherwise
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