You are loosing voltage and your amp is turning off.
01-23-2007 08:38 PM
do you have a circuit breaker under the hood instead of a fuse??
01-23-2007 08:35 PM
i dunno if this would cause any damage, but, i would play the same song over at the same gains and everything to see if it was a coincedience or not, then go from there
01-23-2007 06:13 PM
i have never had this happen to any of my other songs. i used to have the gain at 3/4 but distorted to much so i turned it down, and i never had this problem.
altough i never played this song until today.
also liek i said when i turned it down then back up all the way it played fine and dident cut off it just happened at the first low part.
01-23-2007 06:10 PM
you need to turn your bass boost down, and your gains..
01-23-2007 06:09 PM
subs cut off
when i was driving today. I downloaded a song (grippen the grain). This song seems to hit pretty hard on the lows. When i turned the volume all the way up with bass boost at +9 and gain at half. the subs cut out when it hit the low part. I had to turn the volume down. When i turned it to zero then started turnin it up again, i heard like the amp turn on, and a noise come from my car like your seat belt was undone (that two beep noise). Then my subs were fine when i turned it back up again.
Could this have been from drawing to much power from my batt?
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