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Car Audio System

Im hoping maybe someone on here knows something about automobile audio systems (amplifier and subwoofers). lately my car has been doing something weird to my system, when i accelerate, i lose almost all of my bass. then when i press my brakes, my bass comes back full force. can someone help me please?

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Yo the main amp wire might not be thick enough so when drivin its not drawin enough power give me some more info i maybe able to help more

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