PZA 2000.1 is the model number on the amp. I'll look more on the amp when I start rewiring everything later tonight.
The reason I wanted the remote bass control knob was because it's seriously annoying to have to click 4 times and move up twice to get to subwoofer level. I like to change my sub woofer level often, like when I pull up to a stop light with a 90 year old in a Cadillac. I mean, they're already deaf. xD
I would be setting the amp and the stereo deck at what I need to so when I turn the bass knob to max, it would hit only as high as I would want it to, or am I completely wrong on this? Like, if I have the gain knob on the amp turned all the way down and the subwoofer control on my stereo deck at -15 (Lowest) would me turning the bass control knob all the way up potentially harm my speakers? I've heard of people doing this so there is no possible way that a friend jumps into your car and cranks the stereo all the way up and blow the snot outta your sub woofers, so I actually have a control over it. I do understand that the bass control knob is nothing more than a easier GAIN knob closer to your, and I know I need to use it with caution.
So far, I have the bass boost and loudness on my stereo deck to off and it is 100% turned down on my amp. I have the low pass all the way up (Seems it doesn't pound at all with it anywhere else) and the Gain level at about 1/4th of the way up. The reason I want this bass control knob is because I tend to turn the subwoofer level on my stereo deck up to +15 since I have the GAIN level on the amp so low. If I wanted the GAIN half way, I'd have to set the sub woofer level on my head unit to 0, and it sounds horrible unless I use the Head Unit as a subwoofer controller and keep my amp down low.
Is it just me, or are these sub woofers extremely hard to hear distortion on. I mean, I've cranked it up to nearly max and it just sounds muffled, but no distrortion. Now I just burped it for about 2 seconds with this on to make sure not to cause any harm to the subwoofers or amp, but it's still very hard to notice.
Another question I had was, will these subwoofers sound better in a bigger box that is enclosed? I have one at my house that I have been waiting to buy Dreadnauts for, but since I now have these, maybe it will sound louder. I know putting sub woofers into a box that they are not supposed to be in can damage the subs, but I don't want to do that. Don't get me wrong, these subs are crazy loud (lol @ my knowledge of max 125 DBs) but no harm in getting them louder. You know how that feels Cubs, xD