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Reality vra2.0 works fine but doesnt work fine

Ok wierd issue im running 0 guage wire to a .5k cap then to the vra2.0 with 2 fuses inline just incase and one ground all connections are totally solid/clean... battery voltage is perfect... im running a single 4ohm sub bridged... the issue is the bridged mode seemed to have stopped working but after alot of trial and error come to find out the first channel works i figured blown mosfet in second channel... but if i hook it up to single channel then start the stereo and them switched to bridged with stereo still on it kicks right in and works fine i really dont feel like doing this everytime i start my car... it seems really confusing to me and i dont think tech support could grasp what im describing..... PLEASE HELP ME

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  • Anonymous Sep 07, 2008

    me urge el diagrama para el vra 2.0 alguien lo podria postear por favor

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The built in cross over sounds fried.

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