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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Hi, I went thru user manual..there is no special way of wiring speakers.. pls check carefully the speaker connections again and the "speaker selector" too.. what about "MUTE" button ? it should be "OFF" ... and try to test it on FM radio first .. just in case ,if you need the soft USER MANUAL pls visit the URL below..
check your ohm load on the sub and see if your amp can do the same, That is why every time it shuts off into protection mode. Check your gain level on the amp to this is not a volume knob for your amp, It is to get both the amp and cd player on the same page. Hope this was helpfull
Find somewhere that deals Yamaha pci cards and a good rep will do the rest, for what you are doing I ONLY recommend Yamaha. Clearest sound going hands down. NICE setup by the way! My closest freind does sound mixing for live events in the Moncton Coliseum and swears by Yamaha, through much trial and error, for the xcard.
the radio you are trying to fry your amp with is driving the amp to hard. that radio has a toshiba 80 watt final inside the radio you are killing your radio with the dead key at 2 watts it causes the final to overheat and shut down because it is not built to be turned down that much. its best to turn the radio back up and use the radio.
It sounds like the preamp wire that carries the left channel signal between the HU and the 2ch amp has an issue. Here's two quick things to check.
Check that both ends of the left preamp cable between the deck and 2ch amp is not loose or disconnected.
Swap the left and right preamp connections at the amp. If the issue stays with the left channel, the issue is with the amp. If the issue moves to the right channel, the issue is with the preamp cable or the HU's preamp output.