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Bhaazaher replied to Bhaazaher's topic in General Audio - Can't find a category for your question? Ask here.Okay so running a 0awg from the battery to a 1.5farad capacitor and then to the amp using stock alternator (90A) which i know is a bit weak.. but it clips from the very first second it start to play. So i am pretty sure the electricity isnt the problem. when i had the dc audio level 5 i had 4 xs power batteries running to the amp and still had the same problem. as for the system it self . I am using jvc kw-v830bt morel virtus 602 running on audison sr4 and thats all
Bhaazaher replied to Bhaazaher's topic in General Audio - Can't find a category for your question? Ask here.Sooo. Is there a chance that my amp has a defect in it and it produce “bad clipped waves” to the subwoofer?
Hello guys. so last year i had dc audio level 5 running on an dc audio 3.5k amp on 1ohm. Somehow the clipping indicator on my bass knob(the original one that comes with the dc audio 3.5k amp) starts to blink almost in every peak. Which is somehow okay. But as soon as i turn the volume up to about 50% or more. Every bass effect clips. (No distortion sound no buzzing nothing) only it clips. Which makes me a bit worry. so i tried to look for it. And a dc audio dealer told me that my dc audio level 5 got problems. So i belevied that my subwoofer was doing all the clipping things. So i recently changed a car and manged to change my dc audio level 5 to a brand new dc audio level 3. (Still running the same amp but on 4ohm) and still getting the same clipping problem. what may cause this clipping thing? And how can i solve this. For those who isn’t familiar with dc audio (dc audio level5 rated at 3500wrms/7000w peak dc audio level 3 rated at 900wrms/1800w peak Dc audio 3.5k amp rated at 3500 wrms at 1 ohm and 750wrms at 4 ohm) im abit new to this business. So take it easy on me. Thanks for reading folks!