Question about Car Audio & Video
SOURCE: Enclosure type
Sealed box and somewhat large if they are 12's I usually try to get 3 cubic feet overall internal dimensions and generally the inside dimensions will be 13" tall 32" wide and 13"-14" inches deep. with no divider and make sure the box is sealed. Personally I like to phase the speakers backwards. Gives the bass a little more rumble.
Posted on Jan 05, 2007
SOURCE: Infinity Basslink
Thanks for the reply. I took the sub to Best Buy and had the guy look at it - not surprisingly, I couldn't replicate the problem once I was there. It was working fine at that point and he thought maybe the sub got a little too hot and just shut down on its own. It's been fine since then, so hopefully that was it. Still, for others the voice coil may have blown so good to know that could be it as well.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
Could be bad outputs from the back of your head unit or also could be bad rca cables. Make sure the amp is on and powered.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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