When my car is not started but put on accessories the amp will work and will be playing everything. but when i actually turn my car on the amp turns off and the power light turns from green to orange. the only thing running off the amp are 2 10 inch kick comps
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You could always unscrew the screw that holds your fuses in place and screw it back in firmly and see if that works.
It is possible the fuses are arching though. You can try unhooking the amp from the battery and turning your gains down. Then remove the fuses. Replace the fuses with new ones and hook everything back up and see if the amp runs more efficiently.
Bad ground can cause the amp not to come on too. I always strip off the paint from the chassis of the vehicle before putting in a ground wire. Paint is not a conductor.
for seeing a out of phaze speaker you would have to run like a 10 hz or lower signal to the amp you might be seeing a optical illusion if they were out of phaze or backwards the speaker would have cancled each other out so it would sound like **** as you said.but anyway it sounds like the amps power supply is bad.put it back in you car and see if it still works like it did befor you put it in your friends car.you may have burned it up.find out how much the amp is worth and if can have it fixed for less then 60% of orignal cost then have it fixed
try this it may help do you have a frend that you could swap amps with just to test (put your amp in a working system to check yor amp) as it could be a number of things it could be no out put from the head unit or a break in the rca cables or dare i say it but the amp could be blown it may even be speaker cable from amp to sub or the remote not working have fun !
Sounds like the output transistors on the amp are blown. Were you slammin when it stopped or how did you find out it stopped working. It could be the sub failed then caused the ap to go which is why you get a little something from the JL.
hi i had the same problem people suggest checking ground thats where you start at then if it aint ground for sure, the make sure you have good rca cables. If there good this is what happen to me i had a cheap ole pioneer 70 doller cd player the actual rc jacks from that cd player was making and horrible sound travel through my speakers im talking humming whinning everything im positive that this will solve your problem email me at email@example.com and let me no something if i helped or if ya need more help