Question about Car Audio & Video
PLEASE ADVICE HOW TO CONNECT A SUB WOOFER ON A 4 CHANNEL CAR AMP, ALREADY CONNECTED 4 SPEAKER IN EACH CHANNEL
Sounds like you need another amp, if the amp has a speaker already connected to each channel, you have no open channel to connect a sub-woofer.
Some years ago I seen an amplifier that was designed to use 3 speakers on 2 channels. what they did was had a speaker on each channel and then they bridged the 3rd speaker across it. That amplifier was designed for this configuration, unless you have an amplifier like that you should not try it. It may result in smoke from the amp.
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Without hearing the noise, it's difficult to determine the exact cause. I've seen enclosures do this if the panels were not glued together well.
Try connecting the speaker to one channel at a time to see if one particular channel causes the problem.
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