Question about Clarion APX201.2 Car Audio Amplifier
When my amp turns on it booms the subs very loud, is very annoying and wondering if there is a way to fix this, have had hooked up in different vehicles and different recievers so must be a setting on amp?
The turn-on "boom" is caused by the amp getting the remote turn-on signal too soon after the head unit turns on. Most amps need a bit of a delay between them for the internal circuits to stabilize. Some amps have a built-in muting circuit that creates its own delay, but some do not. It looks like you have one of two options:
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