Question about Car Audio & Video
THE PROBLEM U ARE HAVING IS THAT THE SUB WOOFER IS NOT BEING GIVEN ENOUGH POWER, IT IS NOT THE SPEAKER THAT IS THE PROBLEM IT IS THE AMPLIFIER THAT NEEDS TO BE UPGRADED, I SUGGEST YOU INSTALL A DEDICATED SUB WOOFER SINGLE CHANNEL AMPLIFIER AND RUN IT OFF THE CURRENT AMPS OUTPUT CHANNEL.
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If the woofer isn't moving significantly, try the following settings:
gain at highest (most sensitive) setting
crossover at highest frequency
subsonic filter at the lowest frequency
If those do nothing and you have a dual voice coil woofer, you may have one coil reversed. If you disconnect one voice coil and the woofer moves significantly more, check the polarity of all speaker wire connections.
Here's a brochure for the amp:
You're correct. this amp cannot be bridged to produce more power. It's minimum safe load is 4 ohms per channel. It's essentially two bridged amps in one chassis.
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