Question about Planet Audio AP3000D Car Amp
First, test your sub terminals for an Open connection, or no resistance. This is to test if your sub is blown. This is usually the case.
Double check your wiring, not only to the sub, but from your headunit to your sub. Make sure your headunit is configured to work with your amp, if you have a setting for this (for instance, SUB: ON).
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Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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