Question about Visonik VB212PKG Car Audio Amplifier
I HAVE 2 AMPLIFIERS SPLIT POWER AND ONLY ORIGINAL WORKS I HAVE 4 HIGH OUTPUT SPEAKER WIRE SETS SPLIT 2 TO 1 AND I GET POWER TO THE ORIGINAL I KNOW POWER IS GOING TO NEW BUT NO LIGHTS FROM POWER OR DEFAULT OR BNO SOUND TO SUBWOOFERS HAVE GROUNDS AND REMOTE TO BOTH FROM SAME SOURCE
It sounds like your saying that you have two identical amp, that both are on the same power wires and remote wires and sam grounds? Well if thats the case then you did ok as One amp sounds like its blown. First tghing is check the main fuse. If its good and the unit still dosent resond then the power supply in the amp is blown as theres a switching supply that increases the 12 volts to get power to drive the Mosfet output devices. Was it ever working?? yes then the amp needs service. Do you know how to work on solid state elctronics down to componet level?? No?? Ok contact these folks at the addy im posting for you or take the amp to your local servicer. Good Luck. AudioSupport@VisonikCarAudio.com
Posted on May 07, 2006
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It sounds like you have a broken output filter inductor in the amplifier. You should be aware that the speaker outputs of the amp are biased at ~40v DC and can give a good shock if you touch the speaker wire while you're grounded (touching the body of the vehicle).
When you connected the speaker as you did, I would have expected the speaker to move in or out and remain there while the wire was connected to the housing of the amp. I'll assume that the amp was screwed down to the chassis of the vehicle. If it wasn't, you may have more than one problem.
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