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Car audio i just hooked up a new amp in my truck it has a remote that plugs into the amp to turn the bass u por dowm when its turned down everythings fine but when you turn the bass up the subs just pound like crazy not to the music idk if its my rcas or what it never did it with the other amp can you help?

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You do not have the proper isolation between the output of the front end and the inputs of the amp. You now have what is called a feedback problem. Get the proper iso resistors and instal them, pronto...accordianman

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