Question about Sony XM-1502SX Car Audio Amplifier
Internal heat capacitor or even a bad connection indside amp is bad giving you a hi output load wich the amp has an auto matic sensor to send it into this offset you speak of so it does not burn up
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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