This is like the 10th thread on this topic, 99% of the time they have the speakons miss-wired or wrong inputs and outputs connections, or wrong amp mode, or insufficient gain/sensitivity. Or a combination of all of them.
It all has to be perfect or it wont work.
Only 1% of the time is it a defective driver or amp or avr.
It is impossible to see how it is wired by that picture, you need two closeups of the terminals,
and also one of each side of the speakon wire, and one of the speakon binding inside the box.
You should also post pictures of your AVR volume level and subwoofer output gain, and screenshots of all of the pages of the inukeDSP settings.
If you have a speakon plate on your sub assuming you did not solder the wires to the terminals (or even if so) it may be easier to swap the - wire from the 1- terminal to the 2+ terminal then it would be to disassemble the speakon connectors on the cable and rewire those. However that would only work if the speakon cable you purchased is a 4 conductor cable.
Thank you everyone. It was my speakon cable that was incorrect. In all of my reading I never remember seeing that. Well it is working now and I will say that I have big smile on my face. I am only getting one light on the amp with the gain all the way up. If you can point me in any direction or guide on how to fix this I will appreciate it
Once again I love this forum and everyone's quick responses!!!!! Also I think the addiction has hit!!!
I will post more pics of the build in another thread
I am only getting one light on the amp with the gain all the way up.
One light is like ~300watts or less
Two lights is like ~750watts
Three lights is like ~1500watts
Just under clipping is full power.
With all the speakers and subs disconnected, you should be able to reach just below the clipping-lights with a heavy bass song/movie with the AVR at around 0db or a bit higher.
(This is assuming the sub can handle that much power and you want/need it that loud.)
If not, then you probably need an RCA to XLR converter box, such as a Cleanbox Pro.
Just remember to lower the volume before reconnecting the speakers and subs (with the electronics turned off), otherwise loud thump and house fire.
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