Question about Sony XM-2200GTX Car Audio Amplifier
Check all of your wires. Be sure you have a ground, hot, and trigger and that they are indeed supplying ground, +12volts and +12volts in that order. Make sure that you are supplying a signal from your RCA inputs (maybe by substituting another amp) and make sure that you haven't lost the ground on your RCA's also. If ALL of these things are indeed good, then you have a problem with your amp. Because you said that when you connected another amp that you had the same problem, then the problem is obviously with one of the things I mentioned above. Be thorough! Good luck.
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