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Kick it.

Seriously though, there is so much information missing, I would not hold my breath that you'll get a valid answer. What brand and model is the sub? Brand and model of the receiver? How is it connected to it? What else is hooked up?

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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If your front speakers are defined as small, the sub is locked to ON.

My $.02 regarding speaker size selection in this context. Generally speaking, if a speaker can adequately handle real bass, regardless of its apparent woofer size (like many Bose systems), I define it as Large and I also define the Sub as Plus so Low Frequencies will still be sent to the channel(s) they belong to along with the sub for those real deep tones.

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You need to buy a high to low adapter.



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Check your speakers with an ohm meter. They should have some resistance but not totally shorted. Its prob the amp that got fried. Connect the amp to the battery with no speakers attached to it if the protection light still comes on then the amp is blown.

If the amp is blown you can send it to people on ebay and get it fixed pretty cheap. Good luck!

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Whats the condition of your amplifier? New , Used, Old?

 

You might have a blown channel off your amplifier, this may cause little or no sound. You will have some distortion, crackle sound and then maybe nothing at all. What kind of subs are you running to it? Make sure the subs arent blown and check the voice coils to see that they are not torn off the subs , these are the 2 little silver or copper wires that are connected from the speaker connectors to the sub itself.

 

Let me know what happens?

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