Question about Rockford Fosgate P3001 Car Audio Amplifier
Hey mike, i gotta problem, I have a rockford fosgate 200 watt 2 channel amp running a rockford fosgate T162S component system. In addition, I have 3 Rockford fosgate P2 12's, ran by an 800 watt amp. I grounded a wire to the outside of the 2 sets of rca jacks on my deck to get rid of a wheezing noise. Everything was running perfect until I hit a bump in the road, and now everytime a bass note hits, my component system clips, then continue to play. My component system works perfect at very low volume until I raise it to about a quarter of the way, then it stops playing. Note my subs continue to work perfect, and the protect light on the 200 watt amp blinks everytime the bass note hits, would it be a blown mosfet in the amp? any ideas? Also, I hooked up the 200 watt amp to a pair of 6x9s to make sure the component speakers weren't blown and they had the same reaction.
Make sure you ground wires arent shared, meaning run each ground wire from each amp to its own grounding point
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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