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Re: Knobs on amp!
Hi loredo. Hifonics are outstanding amps. I would need a complete description of your system ( or your system to be) including High quality pictures of all amp connections and controls followed by a chat or preferably a phone call. Let me know, and if you ever want to get rid of that amp.......... Regards Paul
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There are two possibilities.
Either your instruments's settings are all turned down with the exception of "bass" and this would affect the sound that way.
That or you turned down your mid and treble on the amp itself. Turn all the knobs to middle and turn them one at a time till you get the sound your looking for.
The knobs on your instrument and amp control the settings.
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you can use any knobs that fit the shafts/ creda is very expensive . robert shaw has replacment knobs . but make sure the shaft size is correct . if its gas the standard ( D ) style will work .. mm cost afout 19.00 for a set of 4 .. mm
This sounds exactly backwards, you should have a carrier on AM with some forward swing, on SSB (sideband) there should be no carrier & all modulation (forward swing). Could you have the settings mixed up or has somebody put a modulation kit in your radio & messed something up or maybe one of the knobs has been removed & not replaced correctly ? Just a couple of things you might look into.
There are 2 channels, Which means there are 2 sets of knobs ... One for clean and one for crunch. Start out with a low master volume and set up the crunch, Then the clen and switch between the 2 and make adjustments until they match volume wise ... Then turn the master up.
use a bigger ground wire for amp and protect mode will stop clipping and shutting amp off also make sure power wire and ground wires aren't the same size ground bigger .............if this doesn't help change settings on amp to lower power
easiest way to set amp is (turn the knobs on amp all down turn up your system to the level you listen to normally and then set the amp knobs for bass turn knob slow to set properly but i think the ground needs to be bigger and maybe moved to a new location
hope this helped