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Overheating I`ve had a Hifonics Thor (old brand) for 19yrs. and this is the first time it`s over-heating.Wanting to find the specs on how to hook up one Kicker 10 in. to it. It has never been hot before , wondering if they hooked it up wrong. Thank you.

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Re: overheating

The Kicker 10 may be running a 1 ohm load and that amp isn't 1 ohm stable.

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