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Need Help Well I got a Jensen A600HLX Amplifier that is weird. I hook up all the power sources right but when I hook up the RCA wires and the subwoofer. All the subwoofer does is make a thumping sound every 5 seconds. Do I have to hook up RCA wires in the input and output slots or just throw it away. Help Me Please.

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You most likley have a weak ground or your power wire is to thin

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Input and output slots???? is it playing although thump present,low current could be the problem check for good connections as well as adequate wire guage.

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