Hey guys, I just joined this site to see if anybody that either works in the audio industry or just knows their stuff better than me could give me a couple pointers. I am having an issue with my woofer cutting out randomly but consistently. It doesnít matter how long the music has been playing if at all, or how loud it is. I hear a quick bump then itís gone. It will come back on after about an hour of the stereo and or truck being off. I installed the system about three years ago with no issues until this one approx 6 months ago. I have replaced a couple items including the capacitor and the amp. The amp didnít fix it so I returned it. I have checked every connection I can think of. The woofer was replaced after it got stolen about a year ago but didnít have any issues with that for about 6 months. I checked the power wires, the fuse, the back of amp and cap wiring. The remote wire seems fine and tight, the amp stays illuminated when the problem occurs. I cleaned and di-electric greased my grounds but they are to the floor. I even checked the sub box wiring and soldered them. I am hoping itís not the head unit but itís the only thing I can think of being left to cause a problem, but again I am not sure how to test it. Any ideas??
My system consists of A alpine cda-9886 head unit, pdx 1-1000 mono block amp, Rockford 1 farad cap, and a type x 12 inch in a 2.02 cf slot ported box.
Any input would be greatly appreciated. I need my beats back!