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Old 28th April 2004, 03:37 PM   #1
Monroe is offline Monroe  Canada
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Default Subwoofer Plate Amp Crossover Not Working

I just received a sub-100 (150 watt into 4 ohm) subwoofer plate amp from solen.

It seems to work ok, except for the crossover - with either high level or rca inputs, i get quite a bit of vocals/high freq. stuff coming through. Much too much for my taste - it doenst seem like the crossover is doing much.

Is this normal for cheap plate amps? What's up here? Is something miswired? (I take it that the crossover is not only supposed to remove the low end for the main speakers but also the high end for the built in sub amp...)

I suppose I will have to send it back, unless its an obvious fix.
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