Question about Crunch V-Drive V-2800 Car Audio Amplifier
When i start my car my amp will go directly to protect mode, i can hear a small amount of music coming out of my subs but it won't hit. I was wondering if its the ground wire, a fuse blown, or if its touching the paint, I have 2 12 inch duals so i doubt the subs would blow my amp, any other solutions or tips?
I would definately suspect wiring. If you can use a volt meter. Put it on the b+ to ground and see what the reading is should be 12+ then try the ground to remote wire should be 12+. If it drops below 12 volts when car starts. Recheck wires for loose connection. Also double check the wire you have the remote wire connected to. You might even want to disconnect from the amplifier and use a jumper wire from the positive terminal on the amp to remote on the amplifier and see if it stays on then. If it stays on you will have to find the loose connection or find a different wire to get remote power.
Posted on Feb 05, 2007
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