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Amp problem help

I have a vibe mono box 4 i was drivin down the road the other day and my amp switched off i turned the ignition off and it came on but it was making a pulsing noice ive tried it in my mates car and it does the same please help me!

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Re: amp problem help

Sounds like a fried output MOSFET is very possible.

Posted on Apr 23, 2007

Re: amp problem help

Your problem is in instalation of car moust driver your service car end fixed the problem of conection

Posted on Apr 22, 2007

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