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Specifications

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Installation

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Find a suitable location in the vehicle to mount the amplifier.

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F f the battery and run 8 gauge - mmplifier location.
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run separate cables (each with its own pcable from the fuse holder at the battery to a r e amplifier's location. A

hd outputs using high-quality RCA cables.


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sensitive positions and set all crossover controls

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High hiss in speakers. Amplifierwill Check for good ground connection. not power up* Check that Remote Input (turn-on)
at amplifier has at least 3 volts DC. Check that there is battery on the + terminal. Check that there C h e & d

Disconnect all RCA inputs to the amplifier(s) - if hiss disappears, then plug in the component driving the amplifier and unplug its inputs. If hiss disappears, go on until the faultylnoisy component is found. It is best to set the amplifier's input level as insensitive as possible. The best subjective SIN ratio is obtainable this way. T y to drive as r high a signal level from the head unit as possible.

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noise from speakers. Distorted sound
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This is.alrnost always caused by a poorly-grounded RCA interconnect.

Check that the Level control(s) is set to match the signal level of the head unit. Always begin at the lowest setting. Check that all crossover frequencies have been properly set.

Check for short circuits on the speaker leads.

&pl,ifier(s) gek very hot.


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Check thatthe minimum speaker impedance for that modelis correct. Check .that there is good airflow around the amplifier. In some applicaitierns, an dermal cooling fan may be iequired.

Engine noise (static type) Engine noise (alternator whine)

This is caused primarily by poor quality RCA cables picking up radiated noise. Route all RCA cables away from power wires, and use only the best quality cables. Check that the speaker leads are not shorted to the vehicle chassis. Check thawhe RCA grounds are not shorted to the vehicle chassis. Check that the head unit is correctly grounded.