20 Most Recent Phoenix Gold Octane-R 10/10d Car Subwoofer Questions & Answers


YOUR MAUAL SUGGEST PROER BOX SIZE FOR THE SUBS. IF YOU DONT HAVE ONE LOOK ONE UP ONLINE SORRY MAN CAPS STUCK.

Phoenix Gold... | Answered on Jan 09, 2015


you need to look into your manual and see the required box size recommendations then you can work from there.if you dont have a manual look one up they are out there

Phoenix Gold... | Answered on Jan 09, 2015


tHE EASIEST WAY IS TO CHECK YOUR COILS WITH A dmm DIGITAL MUTI METER IF ITS A 2 OHM SUBS COILS SHOULD BE VERY CLOSE TO THAT AND VICE VERSA WITH FOR OM=HM SUBS. IF THE COILS HAVE A NO READING OR A VERY LOW READING CHANCES ARE ITS COOKED.

Phoenix Gold... | Answered on Jan 09, 2015


Ok, when you look at the amp, the power + and ground - will be on one side of the amp with another smaller opening in between them. That opening is for your remote wire from your radio. Without that, your amp will not receive the input voltage to signal it to turn on. The speakers will go into the remaining open holes. Your RCA wires will be on the opposite end of the amp.

Phoenix Gold... | Answered on Apr 30, 2010


The LEd wires need a wire run from the speaker to the Fuse block in your car. The small Red wire from the LED will be the one that hooks to Swtiched 12 Volts supply on the fuse block so that your Led Turns on when you turn the keyswitch on. The Black wire goes to ground, or to a metal part of your cars body, probably the same point where your Amp is Grounded.

The Octane R10 is a Single Voice Coil or SVC.
AMP+ to Sub+
Amp- to Sub -
Use 12 guage wire.

Phoenix Gold... | Answered on Nov 27, 2007


Request the diagram directly from Phoenix Gold.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on May 05, 2019


Look up the part numbers on the components themselves. I can assure you that they are readily available from places not named PG. They are made in a factory with a bunch of diffenent Brands. If simply trying to repair the knob you may be able to use another knob from different Manufacturer if it takes the same jack for wire.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Apr 28, 2019


Probably the power is not received by the heating coil, check fuse near the power cable (inside the flap on the iron bottom), or sometimes there is fuse in the power pulg of the power chord. It is rarely that the lamp is blown

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Jan 18, 2019


the entire schematic and owners manual can be found here:

http://narbi.free.fr/manuels/Amplis/Phoenix%20gold/M50.pdf

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Sep 24, 2018


Most mono amps now a days give you multiple terminals. The older amps were a pain trying to stuff all the wires in one set of terminals. If the amp is rated at 2 ohms mono then make sure what ever configuration of speakers your running does not go below 2 ohms using both terminals. For example do not hook a 2 ohm load to each terminal. 2 ohms period between the 2 sets of terminals.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Feb 14, 2018


To request a schematic diagram, contact Phoenix Gold directly.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on May 12, 2017


Probably replacement of the speaker will be necessary.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Feb 13, 2017

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