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Can I use a Rockford Fosgate pb1 bass knob with a Rockford FosgateP600.1 bd amplifier?

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It sounds like it's going into protect. To be sure it's not the wiring, disconnect all speaker wires from it. If the light still goes out, check the DC voltage on the B+ and remote terminals. Place the black meter lead on the ground terminal of the amplifier. If the voltage remains above 11 volts as the amp tries to power up, the output transistors are almost certainly shorted causing the amp to go into protect.

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Hi my names Josh. I see you want put your rockford amp in. Assuming you have your factory radio you have some wiring to do. But first you need and amp kit it wil have the necessary wiring you will need in it to wire your amp to your car. You will also need a line level converter they you can pick on up at best buy other wise known as a pac converter. This will alow you to transfer the high level frenquency your radio puts out to a low level frenquency to go strait to your amp through a pair of RCA's thus giving you sound to your amp and then to the sub. Your wiring will consist of the ground which you will have to ground off the vehicles chasis no more than a foot from your amps designated location. Then you have you power 12v which is about a 4 gauge wire and will be fuzed and ran strait to the positive side of your battery and last will be your remote wire. Your amp will have a place marked remote on it that is strickly for you to wire to your radio/ignition source for powering the amp up when radio is on and powering it down when it is off. YOU MUST ISOLATE THAT WIRE with a 12 volt tester it will be the wire that is tied in to your radio to power only when your igniton is on and when you turn your key it should tell you if you know how to properly check for this wire. wants you istolate this wire you will want to tie into to it and then of coarse run it and tie it into your amps remote power again it will be marked remote on your amp. From there all you have left is tying in your line level convererter.. This takes some patience as you must make sure that you do isolate your sound left and right postive and negetive front and rear channels the line level converter will tie into either your front or rear channel but caution you dont get them mixed or you will not have a signal at all. Again my names Josh and i hope you are able to get it hooked up okay.

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low pass of course set the crossover around 80Hz. Then turn the bass down to around 35% on headunit and the volume all the way up on your head unit just below distortion. slowly turn the amp gain up until you start to hear distortion, then turn it back down until it's completely gone. Then, lower the gain just a little more to make sure you keep out the distortion on all songs. From here you should be good. If the gain is still to high. The adjust to your taste. Just don't move the bass up on the headunit or the gain past your distortion point.

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Bass boost simply adds DB or gain to the bass signal. Some like it, some dont.
The frequency knob is the Low Pass Filter (LPF) that cuts off the amp output above
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A good, rattle your car bass note is in the 25-80HZ range or lower but most amps and audio
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"Low-pass filter allows only frequencies below the crossover point to be amplified. A high-pass filter allows only frequencies above the crossover point to be amplified - useful for keeping low bass away from small speakers, so they can play more efficiently."
Checkout Crutchfields Glossary of Car Amps.
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-LPyoWWgD5qN/learn/learningcenter/car/amplifiers_glossary.html

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When you say that the amp "pops" are you referring to the sound that is coming out of the speakers?
This is most likely the speakers "bottoming out", i.e. moving as much as they can, and then slapping against the back of the speaker frame. Adding the remote bass knob (presumably increasing the signal to the amplifier) would make the problem a bit worse, which explains why the popping increases after you add the bass knob.

You can try decreasing the gain on your amplifier and running the system at a moderate volume. If there's no popping occurring, you can be reasonably sure that the subs/speakers are just being over-driven.

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