Question about Car Audio & Video
Have you tried new rca cables or a pop test on the output to the amp ? maybe even a remote wire disconnected ? even though u get a .5 ohm reading the rca output could still be bad try a pop test on it this should help you figure out the problem
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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