AudioBahn AW1206T Car Subwoofer - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

You can use this speaker in either a ported or sealed box. A sealed box would be smaller, (sealed box volume: 0.5 to 1.25 cubic feet) the larger the box the more base you will get. With a sealed box your amp has to work double hard as it would in a ported box ( 1.3 to 3.2 cubic feet) You will get close to double the volume in a ported box. Tuning a ported box with the size and length of the port will determine the hertz the speaker will play at.

AudioBahn... • Answered on Sep 16, 2014 • 219 views

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AudioBahn... • Answered on Jun 23, 2011 • 171 views

This could be caused due to the impedance load being to low. Your amp is stable to 2 ohm load however its very possible that you have your subs wired to a 1 ohm load that would cause the amp to go into protect mode. The subs you have are dual 4 ohm voice coils and would need to be wired in series/parallel. I've included a link that will show you how the subs should be wired.

AudioBahn... • Answered on May 16, 2011 • 392 views

Are you hooking it up to an appropriate power source? Are you hooking up the power to the power and the ground to the ground, Is the speaker in a box or car panel, if so you may need to take it out to look at the outlets built onto the outside of the speaker to make sure they are not damaged or broken. Other then that the only other thing you can really check is if the bottom of the speaker is still magnetic. If there are any cracks on the actual speaker and when you lightly push it in do you get an audible bump sound.

AudioBahn... • Answered on Feb 07, 2011 • 60 views

if you cracked the giant magnet its a gonner

AudioBahn... • Answered on Jun 11, 2010 • 146 views

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AudioBahn... • Answered on May 26, 2010 • 48 views

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AudioBahn... • Answered on May 17, 2010 • 841 views

Yes audiobahn do make a QUAD coil, and some people get confused with the - - + + on the terminal, This is called a dual lug, Check out and go to tech suport. Thier you can look up the wiring diagram for this sub... TRUST ME hope this was helpful positive feed back be nice lol

AudioBahn... • Answered on Jul 28, 2014 • 1,237 views

might be your wires inside the box. My brothers does the same thing on deep notes, took the sub out and shorten the wires and seem to stop that noise or kinda rattling sound. I had two 12's the same ones you got, the noise i had was my 12's blowing the box apart lol. Don't hurt to check your box every now and again. hope this was helpful

AudioBahn... • Answered on May 17, 2010 • 169 views

check out and click on the tech support. then you while see some diagrams for subs, for different ways check it out it helped me out with my aw1508x being pushed by two a2300hcx

AudioBahn... • Answered on May 11, 2010 • 171 views

Hey sound like your amp is seeing to low of indapendece. 3 subs can be hard to wire. please give mre info on the amp and the subs? dual v/c 4ohm subs are 2ohms wired pos to pos. neg to neg.

AudioBahn... • Answered on Jan 19, 2010 • 213 views

crutch feild has a great wiring diagram section.

AudioBahn... • Answered on Oct 14, 2009 • 321 views

Do you mean the voice coil is fried? Well, as it seems that you do not know how to do it, don't attempt. You need special coil winding macinary, and most importantly knowlage of voice coils. Its not just wind the coil. I'd get a professional, because its a lot more then just rewinding a coil

AudioBahn... • Answered on Oct 11, 2009 • 170 views

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Please describe what you are trying to wire up, and I can help you out.


AudioBahn... • Answered on Sep 03, 2009 • 113 views

If you have a subwoofer that illuminates - there will be an extra set of terminals on the basket.

This requires a seperate set of power and ground wires along with a toggle switch.

If you want to - you can put the ground on the amplifier's ground, power off the amplifier's power (to a spdt relay) and have the relay activated with the remote wire terminal on the amplifier.
This way it will turn on and off with your stereo system and you wont come out in the morning to a drained battery from forgetting to turn it off.

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AudioBahn... • Answered on Jul 31, 2009 • 70 views

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AudioBahn... • Answered on Jun 01, 2009 • 101 views

the subs coils are melted and shorting out so the amp shuts off

AudioBahn... • Answered on Apr 27, 2009 • 138 views

The RCA inputs to the sub may be unplugged or damaged. Check them both for the sub and for the amp

AudioBahn... • Answered on Apr 18, 2009 • 220 views

the player dosent realy give power to the subwolfer its more for the speakers. it should be the amplifer that is connected to the subs, also mite want to chek the settings on the amp

AudioBahn... • Answered on Apr 17, 2009 • 121 views

when a sub is blown it usually makes a scratcy or grinding noise if you push the sub in but if its blow it realy wont make much of a sound so it sounds like your voice coil is going out you will want to get this looked at quick or it can get expensive...i had one were it was cheaper to buy a new sub rather than fix it. it can also just be it disorting from too much power. i would never go over the power limit when dealing with 3000 watts, that can get realy expensive quick

AudioBahn... • Answered on Apr 17, 2009 • 158 views

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