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Problem with my MX Gt 88!!

Hi, my anme is paul and i have a very strange problem with my hifi. I have it connected to my car and its powered by a 12v convertor to 300 v. I have more than enough power to power the hifi and other appliances but for some reason i only hear the bass at random times. I have a big speaker connected to the subwoofer ports and2 speakers conected to the main speaker ports. When i turn on my car, switch on the convertor and the hifi lights turn on, everything is going fine. sometime i turn it all on and just hear the bass. and sometimes ill turn it on and hear it perfectly well the whole day. i dont think its a faulty connection as when it works fine and i leave my car on and convertor on, theres not a single problem. everything works fine and i love it!. But when i turn it all on and just hear the bass, it sinks my heart so pleaseeee try and help me out!!! At home tho, wen i connect it straight to the wall, its always works fine!!! i also have my mixer connected to it but ive tried connecting my ipod staraight to the hifi by an aux cable and nothing! JUst pure bass!! Ive also done that same thing and once agen just bass!!! its completely random and ive tried everything!!!. all in all, after having bought new cables and re installing it all several times, i think its the hifi. oh and wen i connect it to my house plug, it always works fine!!! thats the head banging part!!!

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Use the speakers it came with it works fine for me i have mine hooked up to a 300w inverter anything less i dont get the best sound you cant turn the volume up too loud on the reciever it will draw too much power and shut it off or blow the fuse in you car unless the inverter you are using has an external fuse on it my inverter warns me that i am drawing to much power so when i hear the beep i turn it down a notch and works fine but ya try using the speakers th system came with

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