Question about Rockford Fosgate P3001 Car Audio Amplifier
Make sure and check the RCA wires in the back of your radio that send audio to the amp and make sure that they're connected to the OUTPUT/SUBS RCA's and not an input rca's. Also, check your ground and make sure no speaker wires in the subs are shorted. Try one speaker at a time see if that helps.
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