Question about Jl Audio 250/1 Car Audio Amplifier
First thing is to make sure that the 15" subwoofer's RMS power rating (not peak power rating) is at least 250watts. Also, you have to be sure that the woofer is in the right enclosure. I am guessing that since you didn't post a model number for the subwoofer or the type of box it is in (i.e. - ported or sealed) that you are putting the woofers in too small of a box or too big of a box. Trucks typically don't have much room for woofer enclosures, so many people favor smaller boxes. The incorrect box will affect how the speaker cone moves due to the internal pressure in the box. Too much movement without and the voice coil hits the magnet causing that "popping" sound. reducing the gains on the 250/1 can often help.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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The biggest thing is you have grown more accustomed to the strong bass. And your driving it harder. The battery and length/size of the + and - power cable cannot fully fill this order. This is why the capacitor are hitting the market. Get you a 1 Farad capacitor and install it to see the diff.
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