I have a Digital Audio model-DA2200W, Was listening to my tunes loud asalways....then the subs quit bumpin...checked the subs cuz i thought iblew em...theyre fine...The power on the amp is still on...green lightand all..just no output..I opened it up to see if anything looked burntlooks fine...is it toast or can i fix it??
I suggest looking closer at the motherboard where the positive is See if its burnt black on the back side then check your fuses in your car check them all also another thing check the audio plugs are they burnt or loose>??
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How I tune:
turn amp all way down or disconnect rcas for now, turn up stereo to a song with some bass you listen to and crank it as loud as you would (not max about 3/4, use this to tune inside speakers (don't have bass maxed/distortion...)). Now dial in amp: turn up a bit probably to 1/4 or so then tune frequency I'd usually say around 100hz, then adjust gain again to where it sounds good...be easy on them for awhile to let them break in (don't blast them all day!). Usually bass boost is only 1 frequency with a curve (40hz or something)...so I try to not use it much....
No, that'll use two channels to power one sub. First, is the gain turned up? There's a knob on the amp to turn it up. If the gain is already up, and if the amp is two-ohm stable, then wire the subs in parallel. I'm assuming the subs are each hooked up to their own individual channel. Swap the two negative wires at the amp, so sub 1 is hooked up to channel 1 positive and channel 2 negative, and vice versa for the other sub. That'll dramatically increase the output. Again, make sure the amp documentation says it is 2-ohm stable, or you'll damage your system.
Your "bumpin" may have killed the amps "bumpin" Was the amp secure when you were sliding? So wires are ok, and lights and finas running. You have power but no output..Check the settings on the amp, also the fuse. Something might be earthing itself to the amp as well.
If the subs are rmoved from the amp (wiring), does the amp still go into protection without them hooked up? If no, shorted sub, if it still des, unplug RCA's, does it still go into protection? Also check voltage. Make SURE you have greater than 12 volts AT THE AMP using amps ground to check the power AND remote wires. Hit me back wth an update.Those amps rock.
I have a Digital Audio model-DA2200W, Was listening to my tunes loud as always....then the subs quit bumpin...checked the subs cuz i thought i blew em...theyre fine...The power on the amp is still on...green light and all..just no output..I opened it up to see if anything looked burnt looks fine...is it toast or can i fix it??