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Weird sound i have a solid audio f11 amp and two 10 inch jbl subs i keep getting an ooooooohhhmmmm sound for bass rather than a thump like i use to. what is the problem?

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Get a portable player with a head phone jack get one of those cables with a headphone plug on one end and RCA's on the other plug the portable player into the amp and hit play. If you get Boom then the RCA grounds in your head unit are blown and only a repair shop can fix that. Also double check all grounds making sure they are solit with the proper gauge wire. Under the rear seat belt bolts is a prime connection point. Check with different RCA's

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