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Bazooka el amp not working

My bass tube recently stopped working. have confirmed that the speaker is working

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rad921

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SOURCE: Subs stop producing sound when stero volume is turned up

make sure your wiring is correct.. negative to negative positive to positive.

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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Radames Pagan

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SOURCE: I have 2 bazooka el 1500 amps

wire #12

Posted on May 06, 2010

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: i have a bazooka el 1500 amplifier wired to two

bet the resistance of the speakers and the amp do not match, 8 ohm speakers don't work wit a 4 ohm system

Posted on May 11, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: PDX-5 is installed on 01 Honda Goldwing. Inputs

it sounds like there might not be enough voltage to the amp check that first. If the voltage is lower than 12 volts when you get to that point then you need a stronger battery or a second battery.

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

kenw392

kenw392

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SOURCE: I bought a 4 channel

why aren't you running rca's from the deck to your amp?

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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How to i find out whats wrong with my bazooka tube i tried to hook it up to a car battery and car stereo out side but wont work ???

follow this steps and fix it. GOd bless you

  • Verify that the amplifier is turning on by looking to see that it is lit up.

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    Use a voltmeter to verify your power supply is a good 12 volts by touching the ground lead to you amplifier's ground screw and the positive one to the amplifier's constant power supply screw. Also verify that you have 12 volts coming from the remote lead wire which is usually a thin blue wire between the ground and constant 12 volt supply.

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    Look for the "thermal overload" light. It is usually a red LED on the side of the amp. If the amp feels really warm and this light is lit, the amp has probably overheated from being tuned wrong or turned up too loud and shut itself down to cool off.

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    Check the fuses on the amplifier. These can blow with extended use or during heavy bursts of use.

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    Make sure the "Gain" and other volume controls are turned up.

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    Confirm that the signal wire is still attached to the amplifier and has not come disconnected by vibrations in the car. Also check that the wires running out of the amp to the speakers are still attached to the amp.

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Omega bass tube wire diagram

I lost the conector for omega sub bazooka how i can find replacemnet
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I've connected a powered sub (bazooka BTA10250D) to my factory system (09 altima coupe 2.5s). I want to be able to control bass on the component speakers and the subwoofer separately. There is no sub out...

We used to use what we call bass blocker capacitors on the component speakers to block the bass coming from the head unit and to allow the bass to only come from the subs...there is several values of these capacitors that you can use(different values correlate to different frequencies). These type of capacitors are available at Radio Shack. You will need to request a NON-POLARIZED Electrolytic capacitor at a voltage rating of not less than 25 Volts...As for the value of the microfarad rating..you may need to experiment with different microfarad values to get the sound you desire...standard microfarad values are 1uF, 2.2uF, 3.3uF, 4.7uF, 10uF, 22 uF, 33uF, 47uF.
You probably won't need to go any higher on the value than those listed....in my experience, I have found the 4.7uF and 10uF to be good for most speakers...to install these...you need to put one inline with the positive lead to each component speaker.
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PDX-5 is installed on 01 Honda Goldwing. Inputs from OEM radio are routed through adjustable converter to provide pre-amp signal. System connected to 4 speakers & 8" passive Bazooka tube. System plays...

it sounds like there might not be enough voltage to the amp check that first. If the voltage is lower than 12 volts when you get to that point then you need a stronger battery or a second battery.
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I have a proton satria 2007 model with a fully intergarted head u

First off, change the front speakers with a decent pair of aftermarket. Buy a powered subwoofer. One that has the amp built in. Connect it to the rear speakers. Bazooka tubes are great, compact, great bass.Adjust your radio so that the front speakers do not recieve alot of bass,you want it about half way. That way you are using all the power to push high notes, Bass takes a lot of power to push, reducing the volume. Turn the subwoofer to the maximum setting, and then adjust the system to your liking. It will take some time, but it is worth it in the end. Tip: set it while listening to your favorite station. Stations broadcast at different sound levels. Some pump up the bass, some don't.
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I want bass that can pound

What kind of speakers are they? Liquid cooled speakers? I am assuming you are working with the bazooka speakers? Honest sugguestion: get different speakers. Bazooka is not that good of a brand. looking at bazooks's webiste the magnet size is only 30 ounces! The only good thing I have seen that have come out of bazooka was way back in the day their "P. Miller" series (a.k.a. Master P) And I never tested the subs, only the amp. What kind of car are you putting them in?

Next, a 4 channel amp is usually designated for the midrange/tweeter speakers. If you want good hard bass, only a mono or duel channel amp will put out the ohms that you need. Remember, you get what you pay for. If you get 20 dollar speakers and a 50 dollar amp, do NOT expect to hang with the big boys, even if the speaker is a 30 inch and the amp claims to be a 10,000 watt. Stay away from sony, stay away from bazooka, stay away from unknown brands.

My ideal set up would be Alpine type R or type X for subs, a Fosgate or memphis amp, and mb quart mid/tweeters. All are readily available, so competition keeps the prices affordable. Look at magnet weight when choosing subs.
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Vrx Bass Tube Built in amplifier

hi there mate, is the sub earthed? sometimes this might be the problem, also check that all the cables are correct in the amp, there should also be a switch on the amp to lower or increase the output, this maybe turned all the way off, the remote lead generaly is usualy the thin blue wire behind the head unit the best way to connect this to your amp remote wire is to simply go to your local halfords etc and get a little wire joining clip. then you can conect them. any other problems please ask

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What up with my subwoofer?

Sometimes the Bazooka tubes have an internal amp. I am not sure of this model but maybe you can Splice in directly to the Speaker Wire and bypass the AMP in the Tube if it has one
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