Question about MTX Thunder 81000D Car Audio Amplifier
Pounds Great when volume is down on low, will pound even on loud for varies times then cuts out. Running Amp on Jl Audio W6's . Tried Bridged and Regular. Also running a Cap on Amp. Same problem. Not sure what Ohm's we are running. Would like to run at which ever is best for speakers and Amp. Just let me know how to run them please. Radio is a Sony Xplode 52w x4 .
Most likely the ohm load is too low, if you have the subs wired in parallel rewire them in series and see if that resolves the problem. if not then you do not have enough battery power to support the draw that the amplifier pulls. if the vehicles voltage drops below 11.5 volts the amplifier will momentarily shut off, similar to how the lights in your house dim when the a/c cuts on due to the sudden power draw. hope this helps. p.s. if you cant afford another battery right away, lowering the crossover frequency to around 65hz will greatly reduce the amount of current necessary to keep the amp pumping. (in my opinion it sound better that way anyhow.)
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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