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How should i run my Jensen A600HLX Amplifier if i am using it to power 2 10inch Rockford P1 Subwoofers?

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U need to check the impedance of your woofers .If they are 4 ohm i would reccomend hooking them in series, which is the positive output of your amp will go to the positive of one woofer, the negative of that woofer goes to the positive of your other woofer and the negative goes to the negative output of the amp.If that amp is bridgeable this will give u a good bass and the impedance will be 8 ohm so your amp will run cool and stable

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When I am listening to my stereo in my truck with a pioneer headunit and a rockford fosgate p1 10" subwoofer. I listen to music and part of the song will hit hard then it will weaken dramatically. What is...


Your amplifier is going into protect mode.
It may already be damaged from repeated abuse.
The subwoofer is either bottoming out... has a blown or damaged coil... or your charging system is not adequate to keep your batter charged above 8VDC.

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I just got a Rockford Fosgate P1 12? subwoofer. It claims to have only 300 watt max. I guess I?m confused because I just sold a 10? subwoofer that had more watt max. Isn?t the point of the 12? to handle...


You are correct. The p1 12" is 150Watts RMS and 300Watts peak power handling.

Powering the subwoofer over 300W for a short length of time will heat up the voicecoil and you will blow the woofer.

The p1 10" (if that was your previous model) has the same power handling.

The purpose of moving up to a 12" is to displace more air.

It takes less power to move the same amount of air when you increase the cone area.
In theory - in a properly constructed enclosure - with the proper amount of airspace - tuned to the Fs of the woofer - a 12" woofer will have a greater output than a 10" with the same amount of power applied.

So, your 12" p1 will displace almost 1/3 MORE air - and should be louder than the 10 at the same amplifier gain setting.

Hope this helps clarify your connundrum.

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I have t 1000amp what is the best speaker rms match


take the number of watts your amp puts out. divide it by 2.
thats how many watts rms you should get.

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Both the bass boost and the gain generally do the same thing, except the bass boost is essentially "additional gain" at a particular frequency (in this case, 45Hz). I would suggest lowering the bass boost (10?) and adjust the gain. Honestly, you may have to play around with both settings until you find a happy medium. There is going to be a maximum the amp can provide no matter how you get there. Hope that helps!

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No. The amplifier gets its signal from the RCAs connected to the "input" jacks, but the "output" jacks are just there to make it easier to add another amplifier. You only need to connect the inputs for the amp to work.

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input and output slots???? is it playing although thump present,low current could be the problem check for good connections as well as adequate wire guage.

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These solid state amps have no user serviceable parts inside them as everything is soldered into place and your gonna need to know how to use a multimeter to trouble shoot the parts inside the amp on the printed circuit board. Sorry But without the proper training and the right tools you could cause more damage to the amp if you dont know what your doing. You cannot just open the unit and see whats bad. You must test each suspected bad part and replace it as needed. You should take the amp in to have a pro look at it, as there is no easy fix on these unless its an external fuse, and a fuse will very rarely blow all by itself. Good Luck

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