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This could be fixed checking/changing the vol pot of the "B" channel, also i would highly recommend to clean all back switches, including Stereo/Bridge switch, which it should be outwards to operate in Stereo mode, let me know if i can help more.
Load Impedance: Safe with all types of loads. Rated for 4 and 8 ohms in Stereo mode, 4 ohms in Bridge-Mono mode
Voltage Gain to 1-kHz, 8-ohm rated output, CE 1000: 30.5-dB gain at 1.4-volt sensitivity; 26-dB gain at 2.34-volt sensitivity. CE 2000: 32.1-dB gain at 1.4-volt sensitivity; 26-dB gain at 2.83-volt sensitivity.
Required AC Mains: 50/60 Hz (North American units are 60 Hz only); 100, 120 and 230-240 VAC (+/-10%) units are available. AC Line Current, 100 Volts: 11.4 A; 120 Volts: 9.5 A; 230-240 Volts: 5.0 A; At Idle: All amps draw no more than 90 watts. AC Line Connector: NEMA 5-15P (15 A).
No, that'll use two channels to power one sub. First, is the gain turned up? There's a knob on the amp to turn it up. If the gain is already up, and if the amp is two-ohm stable, then wire the subs in parallel. I'm assuming the subs are each hooked up to their own individual channel. Swap the two negative wires at the amp, so sub 1 is hooked up to channel 1 positive and channel 2 negative, and vice versa for the other sub. That'll dramatically increase the output. Again, make sure the amp documentation says it is 2-ohm stable, or you'll damage your system.
There are 2 channels, Which means there are 2 sets of knobs ... One for clean and one for crunch. Start out with a low master volume and set up the crunch, Then the clen and switch between the 2 and make adjustments until they match volume wise ... Then turn the master up.
There is not enough power coming from you radio to power the amp. You might want to look in to a capacitor. What this will do is it will pull in the power and maintain a steady output for your amp to operate
try this it has worked for me in the past,..Contact Clarion by e-mail .Tell them your a student and learning electronics and in need of installation ,owners manual..ask if they can help and mail you info you need.Or try this link ..Its for a APA5241 could be very similar..http://www.clarion.com/us/en/MungoBlobs/720/1016/APA5241.pdf