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Subs not working.

My sub turns on just fine, connections are fine. when i play music my sub has constant static going through it, thats all you hear. i have the stock bose speakers, kenwood headunit, power acoustic amp, rockford fosgate sub.

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Blown sub if it sounds liek a cracking, with sub off, gently press the sub in, if you hear noise, its dead

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