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How do I adjust the power level from 150 - 600 watts on hifonics BX 605

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Run a dual 2ohm sub on it. Bridged parallel. That will give you your max. 600rms/1200max

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SOURCE: i have a 2000 watt hifonics brutus amp ...it

there is a step up converter inside the amp that likes to come loose from the board. This may be your problem. Otherwise Check all the chips for burns or disconnect

Posted on Mar 22, 2010

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SOURCE: HIFONIC 1500D WATTS (2)2OHM L7s

Look, if the amp is 1500watts mono, then you have the capability to run a sub up to the full 1500watts, but i see on the specs for this amp that it has output for 2 speakers, which means up to 750watts each speaker. That's more than enough to power your L7's. They're trying to sell you something you don't really need in my opinion. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 12, 2011

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!!!red protect light is on!!!

Hello beaugarcia26,

Unless the amp itself is defective, there's a short or ground somewhere.

First disconnect the speaker wires and RCA (or high level) inputs, leaving just ground, remote turn-on and power leads connected. Then see if the amp powers up normally. If it doesn't check the ground with a multimeter and make sure it is good. If the amp powers up normally, check the speaker, speaker wires and inputs for shorts or grounds.

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