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  • my 6x9 cut out at high volumes

    when i turn my bass up(no subs, but there is an amp connection just in case i get subs again) the 6x9 cuts out every time i turn the volume up and the beat knocks with a lot of bass. this didn't start happening until the amp got hooked up.. whats the problem? do i need new 6x9's or a new head unit(stock)

  • #2
    What are the specs on the amp and speakers?
    Xenia & Isabelle, totally in love!

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    • #3
      the amp has nothing to do with it.. i disconnected it and it still continued

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      • #4
        It's the amp it's going into protection thus it cuts out.

        Either the amp cannot handle the load or it's tuned incorrectly.
        [98%]

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        • #5
          i disconnected my whole subwoofer system.. i disconnected the amp from the battery and took the subs out and it still happens.. the amp i dont think is the problem

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          • #6
            the ap is the problem..... the internal amp of your radio that is. Your radio isn't able to handle the load probably, or you're pushing it to hard.
            Xenia & Isabelle, totally in love!

            'T SQiekenkot: VOLVO 740GL 2.3

            CarPC: none at the moment
            CLARION HX-D2
            CLARION APA4300HX => Fountek NeoCd1.0 + TB W4-1337SD
            CLARION APA4300HX => CSS Trio8
            CLARION APA2100 => Dayton IB385-8

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            • #7
              Try reducing the bass of the rear 6x9's and see if it cuts out at high levels.
              [98%]

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              • #8
                Originally posted by XC-C30 View Post
                the ap is the problem..... the internal amp of your radio that is. Your radio isn't able to handle the load probably, or you're pushing it to hard.
                thanks.. im going to get a new head unit next week.

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                • #9
                  won't help. basically all HU's put out about the same average power. So you'll just get the same problem with the next on, and the next one, and the one after that, and so on and so on. As audiology said, try reducing the bass. If it still cuts out when the bass is at a fair level, you might have an weak/instable powersupply (piece of advise, don't by sony or any craptastic fleamarket brand, cause they all have instable powersupplies!).
                  Xenia & Isabelle, totally in love!

                  'T SQiekenkot: VOLVO 740GL 2.3

                  CarPC: none at the moment
                  CLARION HX-D2
                  CLARION APA4300HX => Fountek NeoCd1.0 + TB W4-1337SD
                  CLARION APA4300HX => CSS Trio8
                  CLARION APA2100 => Dayton IB385-8

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                  • #10
                    Just curious what brand/model of 6x9's?

                    What vehicle is this in too? Did this vehicle have a premium factory sound (outboard amp)?
                    System always under construction


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                    • #11
                      i think they are sony.. they are stock

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                      • #12
                        CUTTING OUT! help please

                        sorry to crash your forum but i have the same problem with my system.

                        Had a sub and amp in previously with no probs.

                        tried with 6x9s and it began to cut out!

                        I was going to purchase a new headunit anyway so i got the Alpine cda 9853r at a good price BUT the problem still persisted. I tried another amplifier but no luck still.

                        checked all the wires to make sure that there was good connection.

                        but now that one of the posts indicates is that it could be related to a weak power supply and my battery does not seem to last more than three days without me driving it.

                        maybe i knackered the alternator when i had the sub in previously??? help please..

                        spec

                        have a cda 9853r headunit

                        car is a MK1 GOLF CAB 1.5

                        have an alpine amp around 500w rms

                        4 gauge wiring

                        4 6x9s alpine and infinity at the moment just for some crisp sound..

                        help

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