Question about Zapco I-450 IFORCE SERIES 4 CHANNEL CAR AMPLIFIER UK Car Audio Amplifier
Storing as in Distortion? If that's the case lower the output gain from your amp until it is suitable to you ears. It might be all the way open, besides this should be adjusted system to system.
Posted on May 31, 2010
check your settings on your stereo and the amp make sure you have changed to 1 ohm on the amlifier for a briged connection to a subwoofer and change from lpf to hpf on the amp there should be a switch.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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Check your ground and make sure it is properly grounded ....it needs to be a very clean paint/gum free area tightly bolted. Next Check and make sure you are recieving your 12 volts (not running) 13 (running) by placing your test leads from positive to ground...... then make sure your power remote from your head unit is putting out voltage.
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