I know it's somethin internal because everything is hooked up right. Amp turns on, fan and all, but won't put out anything. RCA's are good and subs are good. I have it apart but can't see anything wrong. No what could be wrong?
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I have a similar problem with my 2012 civic, I hooked up my 1800w kenwood mp to my 2 12" w6s and 1 song plays and sounds great, the rest of my songs have no bass from the subs, just the car speakers sound normal so I dont know what the hell thats all about. I thought it was a wiring issue but I can play the one song all day and it sounds perfect so any suggestions? thanks in advance
well let me see i can bet something happened so what happened??? i bet the amp is not working right? hahaha here's my sign right!!! all right enough fun. is the light on the amp coming on? you might also need to turn the key all the way to the run position, if not wired exactly right then amp will only power up when vehicle is running or key is in the run position i need to know this before we really go any further. let me know so i can get you up and running quickly.
It sounds like your amp is overheating.
Check to see if its location is well vented, in the past, I have had to install ports/ vents and sometimes fans, when an amp could not be relocated.
yes , it is normal for the fan on the amp to turn on when the internal tempature reaches 110 degrees the amplifier is not an intellegent device, all it knows is the temp threshold has been reached and its themostat will close the relay and try to exhaust the heat from the amplifier....I have this same amp, and I live in florida...thank goodness it is a very minimal draw,,,btw if it was a 100 outside it was well above 100 inside your car and even hotter inside the amp ,,the heatsink will conduct heat inside the unit when the unit is off....so the unit is behaving normally...Congratulations for buying a high quality piece of electronics