Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello and thanks for taking to time to read about my problem. A couple days ago I was driving on the highway and my car broke down. Well I had it towed to a repair shop and had the car fixed. Well I took out my subwoofer and amp when I left my car at the shop. Well the car was fixed, I put in the subs and amp, hooked everything up, and now I can not get any bass to come out of the subs. If you put your hand on the cones there is vibration, but the output is very low. I adjusted the gain, LPF settings, everything I can think of. There is power going to the amp. Any ideas?
You may have wired the sub backwards or it could be only somehow hooked into one channel instead of 2. I think this is a wiring problem.
Wires on SUB - Make sure they are connected correctly
RCA leads to AMP
Posted on Feb 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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