Question about Pioneer TS-W125C/DVC Car Subwoofer
My sub seems to "KIck" at high volume the gain on the amp is turned up 3/4 of the way..... its a DVC Pioneer in n box build to pioneers recomended specs.
You haave either connected it incorrectly.make sure the ohm of the speaker matches that of the amp ..connect the positive coil to the positive coil at the back of the sub and the same for negative .then run your cables to the amp .you should only have one positive cable and one negative cable .this connection will create a 2 ohm connection make sure the amp can handle that load .prefarably using a 2 channel bridgable amp or 1 channel monoblock
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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