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I got a cadence q 4000 and i what a the bass to sound louder

I got a cadence q 4000 and i want to know if it runs 4000 wats and how do i make my xploid and kicker competition subs sound louder?

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The Q4000 only funs 400 max and thats at 4ohms bridged 2x200 if you need high powered amps i would look at soundstream or MTX and you would need atleast 1 secondary battery cause to max a amp out you need to have constant 14.4 volts going to power the amp.

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I have a legacy 4000 watt 15" subwoofer and it has two connections on the sub but only one in the box and the ones on the sub are not labeled + or - so I don't know how to install


Hook it up one way and turn it up a bit, then hook it up the other. As long as you don't crank the volume this won't hurt it.

The louder of the two is probably correct.

The Sub should move Outward with each bass hit, if it is backwards it will "****" in with each bass hit.

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Hi, i wanna know how i can get correct and good withe balance in many different place under sun and beside wit filters change ?thx advence


i think youre trying to ask how to create a good balance, but im not sure what you mean. theres a balance of bass to treble, and theres a balance of sound so yu dont feel too far from any speakers.

balance between bass and treble can be done with tuning the stereo and the amplifier gain.

balance so you dont feel too far from a speaker, most people get more speakers, or run a 4 channel amp to their speakers to make them louder.

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I need to know the demensions for 10 inch subs


almost any 10 will use .75 cubic feet up to 1.25 cu ft. thats about the size of a milk crate give or take. a sealed box will give you the cleanest tightest bass. A ported box will be louder but also larger at the cost of decreased power handling ability and sound quality. If your subs are designed for small enclosures use a sealed box around .75 to 1.00 cu ft.

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Amplifiers GT Series GT5-A604 ........explain settings


the amp probably has a x-over knob, a bass boost knob, and an eq knob. the eq is probably an internal crossover switch that will take the output from either high range (tweeters) or full range (6x9s) or low pass (subs) leave it on low pass. the bass boost however, will add distortion if turned up too high. its not noticable in the car, actually it sounds louder in the car but if you open the trunk and listen, you can tell its distorted bass and actually frying your speakers. the x-over knob is used to tune the frequency at which the amp stops pushing out bass tones. if you like rock music loud, turn it up higher, if you like low deep rap bass, turn it lower. keeping it too high might give you bad sound from either type though. ALSO THE GAIN OR LEVEL.IT IS NOT TO MAKE YOUR SUBS LOUDER IT WILL BLOW THEM .the gain is used to set your amp to your head unit which there is a procedure to do it.

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My subs don't bump to the beat, they just go THUMP THUMP THUMP...


It sounds like you need to ask for pro help mate, mybe the amp just needs setting properly, Is the amp on bypass for bass, or does the amp run the complete system

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How the best way is to hook up 2 400 wat amp's to 3 subs


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I am getting nothing but feedback from my car subwoofers


Check for crossed wires.... that is the only thing that would cause a steady bass note. Feed back is caused by cross talk between wiring.

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Bass sounds muddy and volume is minimum.


Hello mercedesman4,

Your setup sounds great. I had to settle for Blaupunkt in my Mercedes.

It sounds like the culprit is your enclosure. It's possible that by tweaking the settings, you could improve the sound somewhat, but having been used to the sound of a sealed enclosure, maybe not. Sealed enclosures tend to produce tighter, more accurate bass and have a flatter frequency response curve. They are also generally the enclosure of choice when looking for a SQ (sound quality) oriented setup.

Ported enclosures will produce louder bass than sealed enclosures, and maybe that's why some audio guys push them. They also allow the speaker to operate more efficiently, so you need less amp power for a given volume. Higher tuning on a ported box will get louder, but at the expense of sound quality. Lower tuning will still get louder than a sealed box, and the sound quality will be better than a box tuned higher, but still not as good as sealed. That's what I meant about tweaking the settings. You may see some improvement by setting the crossover lower, decreasing bass boost, or by turning the subsonic filter on/off. I'm no audiophile, but personally I've never been able to stand the sound of a ported enclosure, however it was tuned. Sealed just sounds better.

Hope this helps.

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30 seconds down the road and no bass and lot of smoke


Well, it burned up. Too much power.

It is repairable, however, that is not covered by any warranty.

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