Question about Car Audio & Video
It could be a few things. Those amps have pretty sophisticated monitoring circuits that watch for impedence mismatch, current draw, clipping, overdriving, etc...
I would double check the power going to the amp. You should be using 8 AWG wire or larger, be connected directly to the battery, have an inline fuse at the battery connection, and the terminals should be crimped and/or soldered. The connections here are critical. The ground wire must be terminated properly as well. Did you use a lug and a screw drilled into the body? If the paint scraped away from where the ground is connected so there is no ihgh resistance termination? If you think the power is good then your amp may be failing.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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