20 Most Recent MTX Thunder 6000 T61544A Car Subwoofer Questions & Answers


Depends on where it is but if it is in the middle of the cone, you can use a light weight plastis and glue it over the hole or if it is a really small hole, a piece of tape o. The backside and some epoxy or jbweld on top. The tape just keeps it from leak in g thri ugh while the glue dries

MTX Thunder 6000... | Answered on Feb 28, 2013


You would have to look for a re coning kit from either MTX site or amazon or ebay

MTX Thunder 6000... | Answered on Aug 22, 2011


I assume that the sub is a dual 4 ohm and you want a 2 ohm load. It's easy. Just make sure that both positives go to the same positive source and both negative go to the same negative source. It's called a parralel set up. hope this helps

MTX Thunder 6000... | Answered on Aug 22, 2011


The MTX Thunder 6000 T61544A is a 15" Subwoofer meaning you will need a 15" hole to fit the subwoofer into. The mounting plate that surrounds the subwoofer will extend past 15" allowing you to screw the sub in properly. Be sure to use a box that is at least 12 inches deep (sub is 10 inches deep by specifications + 2 inches for good air cushion behind.

MTX Thunder 6000... | Answered on Mar 04, 2011


THE GREEN LIGHT SHOULD SHOW WHEN AMP IS POWER UP AN RED WHEN IN PROTECTION MODE

MTX Car Audio &... | Answered on Sep 12, 2019


Try eBay Often available there from private sellers

MTX Car Audio &... | Answered on Aug 25, 2019


I was having a similar issue. I checked every wire from the battery to stereo to amp, checked the ground, pulled the stereo to double check the wiring was all correct. Everything seemed good so I thought it had to be my battery not putting out enough power. Tested it and it was good. What it turned out to be was the connection from the power cord to the battery. It had a tiny bit of built up corrosion that was making the amp go into protect mode. Cleaned it up and hooked it back up and has been golden since.
The link attached is pretty straight up on what you need to check for different circumstances. I'm guessing it's a low voltage issue. Good luck

MTX Car Audio &... | Answered on Aug 23, 2019


Check the wiring 1st then go down the line...Check speaker connections..Look at your power,ground and remote wire hook up

MTX Car Audio &... | Answered on Oct 18, 2018


Since this is a vintage item, the cost is whatever the market will bear, wherever you're trying to sell it. I would suggest checking current prices on sites such as eBay, where one is currently being offered to sell at $200, while another is being offered for $90. The perceived value is what determines the selling price at this point, because the MSRP is long irrelevant by now, being that it's a discontinued item.

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MTX Car Audio &... | Answered on Jul 08, 2017

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