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This could be caused due to the impedance load being to low. Your amp is stable to 2 ohm load however its very possible that you have your subs wired to a 1 ohm load that would cause the amp to go into protect mode. The subs you have are dual 4 ohm voice coils and would need to be wired in series/parallel. I've included a link that will show you how the subs should be wired.
a crossover cuts the certain tones out of the sound.example: the high side cuts out low and mid tones,or the mid side cuts out high and low. The only problems this could be is that the crossover is not set right or not wired right. These speakers should be plugged into the high side of the crossover. If wired right and set right then your crossover is no good.
usually you will get the best sound with the box mounted approximately 3" away from rear of trunk with speaker facing toward the rear of trunk if it is a single speaker enclosure you want to do the same just offset it to one side of the trunk corners always amplify sound however just so you know 10's are not really made for low bass they usually have more of a hard hitting pound instead of a low rumble usually 12's will give you the low bass better and it also depends on what kind of box a vented box would be best for low bass sealed box gives you tighter bass but you need more power ported is good for low bass but gets sloppy when loud and a bandpass is used for loud hard hitting bass
Does the servo led stay on? If so, you might have a fractured solder joint. Inspect the switch control PCB for fractured solder joints and check the Positive and Negative 15v outputs on the same board.
I was installing a speaker and while drilling a spark flew. Didn't think anything of it and finished instalation. When finished the audio didn't work on any of my speakers. I have a jensen cd6112 and the unit seemed to be fine. Tuned in, the lights came on and everything. I hooked a radio straight to the speakers to see if they were blown and they worked fine. Is there a fuse in line with the speaker wires? I would hat to buy another jensen unit and the same problem exist. Any help? Is the jensen unit bad?
The Basslink should have both a red power LED and a green servo LED. The red LED should be on when power is applied. The green servo LED should only come on during high-level bass transients. Turn the gain down slightly if it stays on for extended periods.
Best Buy is your problem! Just kidding....kind of. One thing that I would check is to see if there is by some strange reason, an air leak in your box. If there is a decent leak that will substantially bring down the sound output. Otherwise, but you could potentially be getting bad hearing or just getting use to the loudness. I have had the same thing happen to me. I work professionally at an audio shop and am an SPL competitor. There was nothing wrong with my system it just that my ears have gotten use to the beating. Let me know what you think.