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I HAVE A KICKER 650.1 WITH THE DIGITAL SCREEN AND DON"T HAVE THE REMOTE GAIN AND I GOT IT WORKING BUT ITS SET TO LOW JUST WONDERING HOW TO TURN IT UP

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I have a kicker ix 500.4 hookd up to polk audio 6x9 and 6.5. if you play the system past about 25 volume the subs will keep playing but the speakers will cut out for a few seconds as if its hiting the


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To start, turn the gains on your amp all the way down. Bass boost should be off (this us used if you listen to your subs at low volume, the boost will heat your amp up quick if you use at high volume). Then turn the volume on your headunit up to 3/4 full. Make sure the filter on your amp is on low pass. The crossover point should be at it's lowest too. With all these in place, you can begin turning up the gain. You will have to decide at what point to move the crossover point. Since there are different styles of music, you will have to listen to where you feel notes are "dropping off" from the music. Adjust the crossover point to your liking, but remember that subs were made to reproduce low frequencies. Hope this helps

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40 - 45 Htz is the usuall. It really depends on the music you listen to. They are built to handle a little more mid bass. Where they are located, power supplied, direction the subwoofer is facing will all have an effect on what you need to set it at. My suggestion is follow the basic steps in setting up your amp. 1. turn your amp gain all the way down. 2. turn your radio volume to 75% of max. 3. start turning up the gain until you obtain the sound you want. You want to do this so your don't "clip" the sub. Kicker is good, but the comps can only handle so much before they start popping. This will heat up the voice coils quickly and cause them to fail prematurely. Hope this helps.

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When setting your gain you want to set the gain high usually between 75% to 95%. if the gain is low than turning up the volume on your radio will only amplify the distortion coming from the under powered head unit. By turning up the gain you are maximizing the signal that is amplified coming from your head unit

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hello my friend you should have the input signal set to 500 miliamps do not go over, another thing is that if you have good ground and the battery is good and it has the sufficient amps to push it.also the ohms of your spkrs are not too low,you need to check all that.


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Set your multimeter to DC volts. Place the black lead on the ground terminal of the amp. Place the red lead alternately on the B+ and remote terminals. Both of the terminals must have 11+ volts. If the voltage is low on either of the terminals, follow it back to determine why the voltage is low. If the voltage is low on both of them, you may have a bad ground.

The ground needs to be connected to the floorpan of the vehicle. Scrape the area down to bare metal before boltting the ground lug to the floorpan.

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