Question about MTX Thunder 1501D Car Audio Amplifier
Looking at the control panel on top of the amp you'll see three catagories; Gain Control, Processor, and Prizm EFX.
This should fix your problem:
Gain Control: Depress the button listed as Input Sens to x1 (this is the setting for line level input; x10 is for high level input). We had similar problems with an earlier class TA81002 amp. Another problem could be if you are using a head unit that has an onboard lowpass crossover, try turning the crossover off on the deck and use just the amps crossover.
Also are you sure that you don't have your subs wired out of phase with each other? This can cause a very similiar problem. Let me know if this doesn't work and I'll call an old friend at Mitek.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
CHECK YOURE EQ OR TRY TO BYPASS THE EQ FOR TESTING
Posted on May 13, 2008
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