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| Originally posted by hocuzanden@Apr 27 2005, 10:09 PM |
i have a 10" nakamichi subwoofer and an aura force 250-A amp. on one side there is a power in with ground, REM (idk what that is), and +12V; a 30A fuse; and a "bridged" speaker output with L and R, but there are four connections (i'm guessing for two separate subs?). and on the opposite side of the amp is an RCA "low imput" with L and R; a level dial; and something for the crossover--a three position switch with low, flat and high; and another dial with frequency (50Hz-200Hz); and one more dial for bass boost (55Hz) form 0dB to +8dB.
is this a good amp, cause i really have no idea. all i'm looking for is to enhance my listening experience, not have the best system in the world.
thanks for the help. i hope i'm not wasting your time with what i'm sure seem like non-issues.
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