Question about MTX 3002 Car Audio Amplifier
Well it could be that your ears just got used to the bass. It happend to me after about a week of haveing my subs. And make sure that your power wire hasnt got melted somewhere. also that you have good ground.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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