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I need Videocon 5412 r model new board. Where can I get it ?

Hi Santhanantham,
Videocon has long back stopped producing Bazookas.No cahance of getting a new bazooka board. If at all you want to change it, go for the boards available in the market. Some of them are really good.
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I have an MTX1000xd and two Bazooka RS104DV's what wiring config?

Parallel will give you higher output but if you're hooking up all 3 you better use some very thick wire.Are you hooking these up to amp(s)?Sounds like a fuse is going to blow eventually too.
Good luck bro'!
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Hello the bazooka power wont come on

So it is a powered tube, yes? Can't remember, does the Bazooka have a fuse on it? If it is powered, you blew the board.
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Pioneer GM5300T-760amp w/bridgeable

It sounded like you checked, but I had to ask.

Lets see if the Bazooka is the problem:
If you have two other speakers around somewhere, you could try hooking them up (one to a channel, un-bridged). Start with the gain at it's lowest and slowly increase it.

If they work, good news. If not, we've isolated the problem to the Amp.

Your Bazooka: Is it a double or single speaker?

Some tubular models don't allow easy access to the back of the speaker to find out the impedance rating.

Speakers rated at 4 Ohms or less wired parallel on bridged connection will trigger the Amps self protection mode.

This test should tell you if it's too low.

Try your bazooka on a single channel (instead of the bridge).

Start with the gain at it's lowest and slowly increase it.

Try these and get back to me.

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ELA 500.I

While I don't have any first-hand experience with either Bazooka amps or Memphis subs, this review pretty much says what I initial thoughts were. The amp will do the job without much fuss, so it mainly depends on whether you can get it for a good price.
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There could be a issue with your sub. According to Memphis, your sub (assuming it's the single voice coil version) is only good for about 250W RMS (let's ignore peak power for now). The ELA500.1, on the other hand, puts out 375W RMS at 4 ohms. You could very easily overpower your sub with that amp.
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What up with my subwoofer?

Sometimes the Bazooka tubes have an internal amp. I am not sure of this model but maybe you can Splice in directly to the Speaker Wire and bypass the AMP in the Tube if it has one
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