Question about Pyle 1800-Watt 2-Channel Bridgeable MOSFET Amplifier Car Audio Amplifier
Everything works fine intil i turn the bass and volume up. when i do it goes into protection. why?
Yeah right. That's definitely the wrong answer. Those speakers are drawing too much juice for the amp to handle. That's why they don't get really loud until you turn the head unit way up and then the amp turns off 'cause your overloading it. You could try turning your gain down a little bit. Or you may just have to get a bigger amp that can supply the power that those speakers need. Try running just one of the speakers at the same volume. It should work just fine. But then when you hook up 2 it can't handle it. I had the same problem.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
The most common cause is an unsafe load/speaker impedance. If you have the speakers wired correctly, you may have a short in the wiring. If the wiring is OK, the amp is likely defective
Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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