Question about Car Audio & Video
So you have already ensured that there are no crossed/loose wire strands.
you are running 2 subs off a single alpine mono amp.
if subs are 4 ohms apiece, you should be fine. if you have 2 ohm subs, or you have dual voice coil subs and you are running all the voice coils parallel, then there is your problem. you can have a maximum of a 2 ohm (2x4 ohm speakers= 2 ohms.) load with that amp.
ensure that the subs are 4 ohms apiece, and that you are not using dual voice coils. if the subs have 2 inputs (dual voice coils) then only use 1 input apiece.
if this is already taken care of, then your amp is defective.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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