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Old 14th April 2007, 10:50 PM   #1
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Exclamation PCX1250 2ohm mode Problem

Hello all,

I have been having troupbe with my amp. The PCX1250 works fine with either 4 ohm sub but when connected together for a 2 ohm load on the amp the sound level is low and distorted. since both subs work fine connected on their own I have to assume that there is a problem with the amp. Has any one else ever had such an issue? I do failure analysis on power supplies for a living so I'm sure fixing the amp would not be a problem just hoping someone might have some insight into what the root cause is for this failure mode.
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Old 15th April 2007, 02:26 AM   #2
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Check the 0.1 ohm 5 watt emitter/source resistors to see if any have broken leads.
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