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Amp ??? I Have a brand new MA audio 4400 watt amp. It turn on LED's come on digital read out work cooling fan come on but no power going to the sub. I tested the RCA's there good. The power turn-on is good to. Tried it with different subs and still nothing.

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Ever find a solution? i am having the exact same problem... didnt happen until i plugged in the bass remote they send with it...

Posted on Jul 29, 2007

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