Question about Hifonics BX1000D Car Audio Amplifier
Have you tried turning up the vol/gain control? Are all the switches on the amp set for full spectrum output? Are you sure you are using the RCA input and not the RCA output jacks (if it has such)? Check all the switches to be sure they are in the "most default" position. Something you might try, is to make a jumper wire to temporarily jump from the audio input ground to the power supply (chassis of car) ground. If this makes it work then you have a input ground problem in the amp. Good luck. P.S. As for epoxying the trace down on your other amp. If the foil is still in good condition then it should be ok to epoxy it down. If it needs some "help" then do that first, then epoxy.
Posted on Jan 22, 2007
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