Question about Car Audio & Video
Several reasons for this...check your ground, make sure you have the proper fuse for the current draw through the power line, make sure the power line has not chaffed against anything, exposing the bare wire to anything it can ground against. Finally, you may just be over driving the amp.
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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