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I have a 4 channel amp n i am trying to hook up my highs and 6x9 but it gives me a high static noise . i tried the noise resister but that doesn;t work

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Did you put the ground loop isolator near the amp end and the deck end of the rca or near the EQ if you have one

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Use shielded cables.
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For decent signal to noise ratio your channel faders should be about 75% up. You should set the trims when punching down the PFL button for each channel so that peaks go up the meter to about 80% of max. Your master levels shoulld be from 50 to 80% up. You should be using BALANCED cables (TRS or XLR) everywhere. Your equipment should ALL be powered from a single receptacle or power conditioning module, even if it means running extension cords. Many people try to run unbalnced cables from this to their amps... it doesn't work and noise results. You didn't give us much info on your system so that we could analyze further

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Is it possible to hook up 2-6x9 and 2-12in.subs to the 7540a and still pack a nice punch


yes it is however the hookup for it requires something a bit unorthodox

you have 4 outputs (bridgeable)

channel 1 and 2 must be bridged (to lower the ohms) then connected to the 2 6X9 in Parallel..
this must then be set to the high pass frequency (eliminates bass)
lower all the settings as low as possible then turn them up slightly to increase volume to a level where its the hardest and clean sounding..lower volume after

this eliminates the bass and keeps the 6x9 pushing your mid range and high range frequency

now you have 2 channels remaining,, set 3 and 4 to low pass and connect each 12" to an individual channel. (this keeps the bass and ohms high so you will get a clean bass to match with mids and high's. Dont set or bridge for a low bass as it will jam out the 6x9 and your music will sound terrible.

so there u have a simple hookup that will work and keep you sounding clean. remember not to raise the volume on the 6X9 too much as you will blow them..

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Most likely you will need to get a group loop isolator for it. I think escort sells one on their site. Or a good quality car stereo shop can get you one from Escort or PAC.

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I'm getting static noise on only a few channels. The other tv's are ok. They are all hooked up to cable.


it is most likely that this issue is a broadcasting issue and not related to your tv. Signals get messed up while getting to your cable supplier.

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Powering 4 6x9 speakers, need amp


Hi firstof all your deck isnt really putting out 52 watts x4 more like 17-22w rmsx4 ,companies like to throw out some crazy numbers it seems. If your into Kenwood try out a KAC-8404 4-channel on the mids/highs that will put 50 w x4 rms at 4 ohms or if you wanna go a lil louder try the kenwood x600f that will throw 100w rms on each 6x9 at 4 ohms no problem. My system is very similar to yours but running 4 pioneer 5x7's in all the doors and powering it with the 8404 its loud and clean ,fan cooled and no problems at all. My subs are a pair of 15's soundstream t-4's powered by an Alphasonik pma2500a its throwing 800w rms on each sub running in stereo at 2 ohms.It can drown out the mids if i set it that way but my mids /highs cant take as much power as your kenwoods can or else id step up to the x600f too.

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2 channel amp to 6-6x9 wiring diagram


Hello magoocsl,

Yes, with the use of 2 high-pass and 1 low-pass crossovers, that Kicker amp will operate in what they call stereo and mono simultaneously (SAMS). You'd run 4 of the 6X9's in mono. Wire them in series-parallel with a low-pass crossover on the positive leg to the amp. The amp would see a 4ω load. The other two 6X9's would be wired as stereo, one to each channel with a high-pass crossover. Again, the amp sees a 4ω load.

Here's a link to the appropriate wiring diagram. The diagram is on page 5. Just substitute your 4 6X9's wired in series-parallel where they show the "mono" speaker.

http://www.kicker.com/sites/default/files/02KX300_400_500_800_2AmpManual.pdf

Hope this helps.

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Jl audio 500/1 amp low ohm light at high volume


I would try running the subs in parallel. Pos to Pos Dual Voice, Neg to Neg Dual Voice. Then Run + to + stereo - to - stereo on both channels.
So you have + and - running to one channel and + and - running to the other channel.
Also your LPF filter could be set too high.

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Need specs and wiring options


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Each 6 1/2" speaker will see 40 Watts
Each 6"x9" will see 521/2 Watts

Yes your solution is correct. Front wired in stereo, bridge rear.

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