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You should get yourself at least a 250watts rms amplifier. The peak power handling is 1000 watts, otherwise called short term power . Average power would be about 1/4 of that to be on the safe side i.e 250watts.
some amps require more than 500 milliamps to keep it "turned on" most head units put out half of that ,bosch relay inline from deck to amp turn on post should do it this will give the amp a full 12 volts to turn on and stay on . first try to hit the maps with a jumper with 12volts fused , see it it stays on
Hi, what you need to do is unplug all the connections to the amp. The amp goes into protection when the circuitry over heats.\
First decrease all your gains to minimal volume.
Connect your 12+V, remote, and ground.
See if the protection light comes on then.
Next plug in your RCA cables.
Check protection light.
Then plug in your subwoofer cables.
See if you are still in protect mode.
Hopefully everything works alright again.
Just slowly increase the gain to see what the cut-off is. Make sure you aren't dropping the ohmage too low on the amplifier. Check manual for correct wiring and such.