Some amp has glass or plastic fuses along with a pic fuse a little green tear drop shape fuse on the board that plugs in like a fuse, see if yours has one of them if not then I'm sorry your unit is bad.
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That all depends on the wattage of the subs. also the independance of the subs. If your amp is 1400 watt, maximum you want is 2 600watt subs. if your subs are higher you will blow your amp eventually as your amp isnt powerful enough to pump out to that level.You should never have your amp fully turned up to max, 80% is perfect and will not make your amp blow. Hense why you want your subs less than the max output of your amp.
make sure that you have a good ground, make sure you have the right amp turn on wire, and your power wire is fused, best solution is to have it professionally installed! Amp install is very basic if you are having a hard time with that, I wouldn't attempt to try it or have one of your buddies install it! FRIENDS DONT LET FRIENDS INSTALL!
Sounds like you are over working this amp for sure.. Upgrading your power wire & battery might help, check your gain level on your amp to. This is not the volume for the amp. Its to get both amp and the cd player on the same page... And most of all if your subs are wired up to .5 ohm stable, see if your amp do the same... My answer to this ?? Upgrade your amp, Boss audio was never a good company to me, but that is my opinon. Audiobahn set up all the way..
Just connect your speaker leads to the input of the B65N (gray and gray/white pigtail leads), run the RCA cables to your amp (red=right) inputs, adjust the left and right level controls to match the amp input without distortion, and mount the unit.