Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
I'm not specifically familiar with that model but I'm pretty sure the"CUR" is indicating under current or not enough current. what's happening is your amp is under load and doesn't have enough power so it shuts down rather than smoke. I would suggest you run heavier cable from the battery to the amp and add a giant cap so that when the amp surges the cap will compensate for the sudden draw. This is not a cheap fix but if you install heavy duty power cable and a quality giant capacitor (2 farad) you will be able to push the amp until your speakers catch fire and your amp will be fine.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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