Re: JL 300/2 "Low ohm" light: What does this mean?
I don't know what caused it but all you asked is what the low ohm light mean's and that's exactly what it mean's. Check the ohm load your amp is getting. Something with the speakers might have went bad and it might be altering the ohm load. The reason it sound's awful on the JL is because of the Low Ohm Load Protection which it says put's it in a safe mode to limit the power they receive. That Rockford you tried doesn't do that so that is why they sounded fine. All I really know to tell you is to pull out the DMM and check the ohm load on the amp. On another forum someone had a similar problem and someone from JL told him to power the amp up without ANY speakers attached. If the low ohm light still come's on without speakers attached then it's a problem with the amp.
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