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One hits harder then other

I have 2 12' 1200 watt xplod subs hooked up to a 750 watt amp. both subs are in 1 box hooked up the same and are the same sub, but one hits harder then the other any way i can fix this? help

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Check the Polarity on the subs, you might have to invert one. Best way i know of to test is get a BASS CD -=download a bass test cd...legally of course=- and check for a test that will just flutter the speakers in and out and see if they both go in and out in the same way, if one is in and the other is out that could be your problem

Posted on Feb 17, 2007

  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2010

    would one, in that situation, reverse the left and right inputs on one of the subs to reverse the polarity of one? thus making them both synced?

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