Question about Phoenix Gold Car Audio & Video
First, rule out problems with the wiring to the speakers. Disconnect the speaker wires to the amp. Get a AAA battery. Hold one of the wires to the negative side of the battery and lightly grace the other wire across the positive side. You should be able to hear something like pops and scratches coming from the speakers. Do this for all the speaker wires and wire-tie each pair.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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