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that is normal. Just because they get such a boost when amp is first turned on. You can always turn off high pass and turn gain down just a tick

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009


This can't be glued. common problem.
You will have to find a speaker repairer who can replace the foam surround or just buy a new sub.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jul 09, 2009


this sounds like there is a weak ground that is making the noise. check that and make sure that is not the problem. i have come across this alot.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jul 07, 2009


Sounds like a short circuit, check all connections and check that it will work as set up. Some will only work as a mono(i.e. you use 1 caannel not a combination of both) could also be a loose connection.Also if the head unit is off, the amp for the sub should be off. Is the amp wired to permanant live? If so this will cause this. Wire to electric aerial switch on head unit.( there will be a live wire and a switch wire on amp).

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jun 02, 2009


not a bad set-up at all. i can help you i do need some more info though. what head unit do you have? what type of box is it just the normal rectangle box with or without divide sealed or is it ported? measure the size of the box and give me the dimensions please? how did you run the cables and how did you hook up between the deck and the amp? does the amp have built in crossover this could be problem just a little tuning? if it does make sure you selelct lpf mode and turn the hz knob all the way down ( counterclockwise) check the gain control should be another knob turn it clockwise all the way. you might need a little flat screwdriver to reach all these. is this amp bridgeable and if so are you running bridge mode ( 1 channel) if not look where you hook up the speaker and look and both channels and you will see a pos connect on 1 channel and neg connect on the other, put both neg wires on neg terminal and put both pos wires on pos terminal. in this set-up you will have full raw power. let me know about this and i will help you the most i can. good luck and happy booming.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Mar 01, 2009


I had the same issue with 2 Punch p1's. The wire stripping was most likely cut where the wires are saddled against 2 bare metal "C" shaped tabs before going toward the cone and coil. This was causing the wire to ground out. I cut both wires and **** connected them and bypassed the factory bracket. They work fine now. This is a poor desogn from Rockford and I can see where it might happen numerous times.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Oct 20, 2008


First test would be to disconnect the RCAs from the amp and see if the buzzing goes away. If it does, the issue is either with the head unit or noise still being picked up on the RCA cables. If the issue stays, it's possible your electrical system has not a nice and clean 12V. You might have to get your alternator and voltage regulator (if so equipped) checked.

Also, make sure the RCAs on the back of the head unit aren't touching anything metal. Set your gain to 50% and see if the buzzing changes. Check your ground connection and make sure it's short, clean, and solid. If you have multiple amps, ground them to the same point.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Mar 27, 2008


You would be better served to go to a local shop and get the correct fittings to fit the connections, and use those to connect your subs. Just running the wire tips will result in loosed connections and plenty of headaches..

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jan 22, 2008


First off will the fastener turn ? If not try using a bit of wd-40 and letting it "soak" for a little while . Also be sure you are using a good proper sized Phillips screwdriver . If the fastener still won't turn try using a can of "computer duster " inverted so the liquid comes out , note this will be well below zero degrees , and freeze the screw head , then try turning . If the fastener is stripped and the ttol slips you will have to remove the amp cover and grip it with a pair of vise grips ,pliers or a flat blade screw driver .

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Sep 24, 2019


You are driving it too hard. If continued, the amp will go into protect mode to save you from yourself.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019


Yes. Wire the two 2 Ohm speakers in series and connect them to one channel. Connect the 4 Ohm speaker into the other channel. This will give you a balanced 4 Ohm load on each channel.

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on May 12, 2019


i have a punch 45 but i'm missing the speaker wire connector.... were do i go to get one...

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019


Please be more specific. RF doesn’t share schematics

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019


IF you are looking for a schematic diagram on the amp, you wont find it. IF you need the connection information you can look on their site, There is a repair video on that unit attached . Rockford Fosgate Car Stereo Amp Repair

Rockford Fosgate... | Answered on Jan 13, 2019

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