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I'm trying to run 2 12 " bmf crossfires they read 2 ohm not conected .when i run wire to them they hot 1 ohm ... then when hooked up to amp right side is good left side says on miltimeter shrt... and the both sound like they are muffeled . Take the on chip out of the left and the right one sounds really good by itself The left one shuts off Then Rollo through a champion series Pioneer GMD8601M Amplifier

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Are they dual voice coil? Are they dual 2 or dual 4 ohm? If d2 you willnot be able to run both off that amp at 1 ohm you can run 1 at 1 ohm if d4 then parallel the voice coils and the subs together to get 1 ohm.

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SOURCE: No sound from the right speaker

Check the speaker if its okay, disconnect the left side one and connect the right side one and play. If it does not then the speaker is bad.

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SOURCE: Pioneer Stereo amplifier SA-7800 sound problem

reach me at my email snhaqua@hotmail.com for to fix pioneer amplifier 7800

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SOURCE: 500/1 settings to run jl13w6 v2 d-4

Just had a look at both amp and sub on the JL Audio website. The amp runs from 1.5-4ohms. 4ohms at 14.5V. The sub is running dual 4 ohms coils. That's what the D-4 means. So should be an easy set up. The amp has two mono outputs, so one for each coil. It looks like the perfect wattage to run the sub real nice.
Web page for amp: http://mobile.jlaudio.com/products_amps.php?amp_id=439
Web page for sub: http://mobile.jlaudio.com/products_subs.php?series_id=18

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SOURCE: need wiring diagrams from a 1994 chevy s10 to a pioneer deh-p3000

its not a big problem try another speaker from the right side. if not work. check fuse and the wire. just follow the wire where its connected. if no fuse found. the problem is in the amplifier IC. change it if speaker from right side is not burned yet. thanks.

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dude TRUST me what you are using and have setup already is plenty..ONE TIP...of all things anyoine ever needs to worry about is the R...M....S power rating...the PEAK means NOTHING! its safe and fine to use what you got.

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Run your hot wire to the +12V from the battery make sure to install the supplied inline fuse near the battery don't connect to the battery until installation is complete.

Run the REM to your stereo power ant. Wire. if available.

Run the GND to Metal Chassis Ground keep it as short as possible.

Run the RCA Cable from the back of the Stereo to the RCA Inputs or Low Level on the amp.

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