Question about AudioBahn A8000T Car Audio Amplifier
Sounds like you have shorted output transistors or IC'S There is one test is to disconnect all the speakers and see if they still blow. If they do then you need to have the amp fixed or replaced. If they dont blow try connecting up each speaker till the unit blows the fuse asjust maybe you blew out a crossover or a speaker or two?? If you have an active type crossover then I would check that device as well. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 22, 2006
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