Turn your amp over and you'll see 4 holes one in each corner and you should gotten 4 v shapped pieces of metal with 2 holes each and 4 screws.....you normally have to mount them on manually. I hope that helps.
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make sure you mount where you can get a good ground and where it can get enough air to keep cool. underneath the car seat is where a lot of installer put the amp, and if you are going power up a lot i would think about mounting a fan to blow air on it to keep it cool. i have fans connected to my laptop power supply transformer to keep the unit cool, here other ideas you will never be told, putting little holes around power supple, fan area, any where there a lot of heat is generated the air flow helps it stay cooler while powering up the amp.
No. That port is for your gain(volume) control switch for the amp(it should have been included with the amp). Connect the stereo's blue remote wire to the amp's remote input that's next to the batt. input and ground input. Here's a link that showed me the pics plus a pic of the switch with the phone jack cable. Copy and paste. Good luck.
As a pro i have ran into this problem many times,what happens with volfenhag amps the solders on the RCA inputs aren't very good,and what happens is that you get to much current going threw them and they over heat and lose contact,volfenhag will fix it,you have to pay for shipping to them,and include a 12 dollar money order.Volfenhag audio 1-323-588-8571.
The voltage prolly says like 100Mv-2v, it doesn't really matter, just know that that the lower you turn it the harder it bangs. The X-over depends on where your box is tuned, crank the knob down too about 40htz and you'll prolly be good, just don't turn it lower than your box's tuned frequency. And your rca's go to line input. And there shouldn't be a problem with mounting your amp vertically, you prolly just had a bad connection. Hope this helps if you have more questions please ask...
u need at least 2 lil L shaped brackets.flip ov er the amp and on the corners there should be a couple of holes thats were your lil L shaped brackets go.thats were mine go anyway. the brackets are about 1" .