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Ok so i hooked up my subs to my amp i have a good ground, good power to the battery, the blue remote wire is hooked up right, and the rca's are all hooked up right the amp gets power, but the subs just go crazy they are just constantly bumping even without music whats wrong?

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Sounds like a fuse issue in the power from the amp - the remote circuit could be and probably is completely independent. haven't been able to find confirmation on this, but if you are confident to take the cover off then check (probably)around the area where the power terminals are there may be some fuses. Hope this helps, ask again if not :)

Posted on Mar 14, 2007

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You should get power even without the RCA cable.

I believe you should take time and check your connection.
please use the right cable for your sub. you need the right cable
to boost the sub. Check radio shark or Sam Ask for better sub cable.The better one don't come with your system.

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Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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you may not have a big enough power wire to it, and it could also not be grounded good. You have to know the limits of your amp too. They are rated by Ohms of stability. Most amps that small are only stable down to 4 ohms. Most subs have 4 ohm coils, but there are also double coils, and 8 ohm subs. You will need to know the ohms on your subs. If you load your amp down to a lower ohm load than the amp is capable of handling, then it could also cause this.

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they're bridged together to get power...idk why it's like this but it was like that on my TIS 1800 for the life of it and i had to remove the fuse to turn it off since i had no ignition wire to the head...just bridge the remote with the power and u'll get power and it'll work fine

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