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Amp keeps shutting down.

My radio cd player has a pre amp built in it and I am wondering if this is why my 2CH 1200 watt amp. keeps shutting down? also I am running a 4 CH amp. to increace power to six speakers inside the car and the 2 CH is for the kicker box in the trunk only.

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