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No sound to speakers

I recently purchased the HiFonics Brutus 1206D with a Crossfire BMF 12" subwoofer. In the beginning, we hooked it up and it didn't work. I took it to my audio specialist, which when he hooked it up in the shop, it worked. I hooked it up thereafter in my xterra, and it worked. I blew the 4-1 BMF 12, now I got the loaner 4-2 and blew it also. I recently switched to Kicker CompVR's and now im back to square 1 with the first problem I have. Everything is wired correctly, I have power goin' to the amp, but no sound from the sub. Help.

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  • angel1615 Sep 28, 2008

    i have a hifonics brutus bx1500d and tow kicker comp vr's i connected them in parallel and they wont work the speakers just lift up and make a funny sound can someone help me

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Is the sub dual or single?check sub first then try disconnecting all power including ground for 20min to discarge caps some amps mute if driven hard at low impedience .

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