I have installed the BassLink II in my Alpha GTV, It is working amazingly great and I am so satisfied from the sound!
The only problem I am having at the moment is the blue light on the sub stays on even if I turn the stereo and the engine off! I have tried the automatic swich on as well as the off position, but unfortunately the BassLink II is always on even after 10 hour(supposed to go off after 5 to 10 mn)! can you you tell me what the solution could be? is the problem from the installation which I doubt, or from the BassLink II?
Yes the problem is in the installation.the power supply usually has 2 to 3 positives one positive which is usually red go directly to battery.
the other,either yellow,orange,or blue go to car stereo(not to battery or ignition) this supply,turn off the amp when u turn of the stereo.
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If the speaker has been overdriven, it may have damaged the cone surround or damaged the speaker coil, causing it to 'rub' inside the magnet. To check for rubbing, you need to move the speaker cone backwards and forwards by hand and listen where the speaker coil/cone goes into the magnet. It should be silent if ok. If you can heara rubbing or grating noise, then the speaker is damaged. If the output driver on the amp is damaged it can give a distorted sound, which could easily happen if it tries to provide too much current.
check the power cables on the amp and the inputs.isome time when ground cable disconnect the lioghts will light up any way. depending on the way ur vehicle is ground ed .toyota chssis r usually posite un like the norm which is neg.rating please
Push/pull on the gain control knob-> That's what went bad in mine. Taping it down works for a while.
Part number: 115V503B101 ($1.92)
It will have to be unsoldered and then install the new one.
It took me a long time to figure this one out. Initially a good knock on the unit would solve it for a few days, then hrs, then minutes.