Question about Pioneer Car Amplifier GM-5100T - 2CH 760 Watts Car Audio Amplifier
There is either a thermal problem in the amp itself (a bad part) causing it to shut down after a while, or the amp is overheating due to a load problem. This may be due to wiring issues or a bad speaker. Try running the amp into a set of test speakers connected directly to the outputs with all the other speaker wiring disconnected. If the amp still shuts down you'll know the problem is in the amp itself. If it runs OK, you'll have isolated the trouble to the wiring or speakers and can test that portion.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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