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I have 2 12" and

I suggest you get a meter that measure OHMS and check each speaker to be sure that they are showing the resistance that is listed on the speaker It could be between 8 and 4 OHMS If it is not then you have a bad speaker.
7/14/2017 3:42:28 PM • Bazooka EL1500... • Answered on Jul 14, 2017 • 60 views
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I have a EL 1500wat amp, when I turn it on the little lite comes on and stays yellow, it was green and was working,fine last night. Any ideas?

Look at fuses first. Then if they are ok. You need to check wiring. Ground. Power remote. If those are good. You need a tech.
1/6/2015 9:43:23 AM • Bazooka EL1500... • Answered on Jan 06, 2015 • 134 views
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Trying to install a car audio to my low rider

I build from mild to wild car audio systems. Give me an idea of what you are looking for? Is this on a trike or 2 wheeled lowrider?
1/6/2015 9:41:59 AM • Bazooka EL1500... • Answered on Jan 06, 2015 • 148 views
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Bt8250d is cutting out

Loose connection or your power cable and earth cable to your amp are not a heavy enough gauge.
11/30/2014 4:34:44 PM • Bazooka Car... • Answered on Nov 30, 2014 • 112 views
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Hey i dont know to

Are you connecting positive to positive and negative to negative from the sub to the amp? If so, try positive to positve (+) in the far left channel and then the negative to negative (-) on the far left channel to. If no luck do the same in the other channel with one sub at a time. Try one sub at a time, Dont try an connect 2 or more subs to one channel as this would cause the amp to go into protect mode (red light you describe). Usually the positive wire has either a line down the wire, writting on it or has a red seperate wire with it when wire end stripped to connect it. Hope this helps and please rate...
6/20/2014 4:36:16 PM • Bazooka EL1500... • Answered on Jun 20, 2014 • 299 views
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Will the amp fire up if the [Remote] wire is not hooked up?

No it will not fire up.
3/3/2013 10:21:56 PM • Bazooka EL260... • Answered on Mar 03, 2013 • 30 views
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How much it cost

how much does what cos be more spacific
8/23/2012 9:55:44 PM • Bazooka CS8A5... • Answered on Aug 23, 2012 • 57 views
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Red led is on i dont know what componet is bad i

test with multimeter the main conponents /chek fuse
3/5/2011 9:48:21 PM • Bazooka EL1500... • Answered on Mar 05, 2011 • 56 views
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I've connected a powered sub (bazooka BTA10250D)

We used to use what we call bass blocker capacitors on the component speakers to block the bass coming from the head unit and to allow the bass to only come from the subs...there is several values of these capacitors that you can use(different values correlate to different frequencies). These type of capacitors are available at Radio Shack. You will need to request a NON-POLARIZED Electrolytic capacitor at a voltage rating of not less than 25 Volts...As for the value of the microfarad rating..you may need to experiment with different microfarad values to get the sound you desire...standard microfarad values are 1uF, 2.2uF, 3.3uF, 4.7uF, 10uF, 22 uF, 33uF, 47uF.
You probably won't need to go any higher on the value than those listed....in my experience, I have found the 4.7uF and 10uF to be good for most speakers...to install these...you need to put one inline with the positive lead to each component speaker.
1/14/2011 5:07:08 PM • Bazooka... • Answered on Jan 14, 2011 • 208 views
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I bought a 4 channel

why aren't you running rca's from the deck to your amp?
12/30/2010 12:00:45 AM • Bazooka... • Answered on Dec 30, 2010 • 139 views
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Can you use a bazooka ba1150 to power up an

This is an 150 RMS amp, but the ratings say it'll push 2 10's.
You probably won't get much out of that amp with a 1230 watt subwoofer.
The subwoofer you are wanting to run is 300 RMS, so you'll get half the power you could be pulling. But it would do okay I guess. Nothing like what you could get with a different amp though. You need like a 1000 watt amp to get the most out of your sub. But "YES" you can use them together.

8/1/2010 8:44:43 AM • Bazooka BA1150... • Answered on Aug 01, 2010 • 141 views
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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'!
7/26/2010 4:05:59 AM • Bazooka RS104... • Answered on Jul 26, 2010 • 208 views
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My amp just stopped working the other day while i

blown fuse in amp or blown transistors in amp might check ground but i dont think thats it make sure no paint in the way on ground
5/17/2010 4:27:27 AM • Bazooka ELA300.1... • Answered on May 17, 2010 • 178 views
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I have 2 bazooka el 1500 amps

wire #12
5/6/2010 11:11:59 PM • Bazooka EL1500... • Answered on May 06, 2010 • 207 views
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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.
4/7/2010 7:21:29 AM • Bazooka BTA8200... • Answered on Apr 07, 2010 • 198 views
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Power on my amps but no signal

More than likely you have burned the outputs up.
2/19/2010 11:27:08 PM • Bazooka... • Answered on Feb 19, 2010 • 44 views
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My amp is draining my battery, but still seems to

No doesnt sound defective if it works, but your alternater may not be powerful enough to maintain both your battery and car needs as well as power your amp. Best idea would be to look into getting a different alternator with a higher output.
2/4/2010 10:33:52 AM • Bazooka ELA300.1... • Answered on Feb 04, 2010 • 77 views
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A red light appears within 30 sec. of being on

yes you have a internal fault of the amp. the circuit that puts it into safe mode is bad and that is a very small chip on the board know as a op amp. needs to be repaired.
1/31/2010 7:56:10 PM • Bazooka EL1500... • Answered on Jan 31, 2010 • 154 views
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Speaker Fried, is my Amp toast too?

You are sending TOO much power to the speakers, Replace the speakers and then get a much smaller amp that is within the ratings of the speakers. ACTUALLY you should get an amp that is aboout 1/2 the total rating of the speakers.

You should ALSO procure a sound meter to verify the sound level is within safe limits. If you insist upon abusing your ears with too high a sound pressure, be ready to buy hearing aids at a VERY young age.

You also need to know that the enclosure of the speaker plays a part in keeping the speaker from tearing itself to pieces.

MANY of the auto sound system installers are hacks that don't do it right and you see what happens to your expensive equipment!

Using even a Radio Shack sound meter properly will protect your preciuos hearing for later life.
12/22/2009 9:19:21 PM • Bazooka Car... • Answered on Dec 22, 2009 • 151 views
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