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Infinity BassLink II Keepps Cuting Out!

Hello everyone, I like infiniy subs and speakers for the car. I have a baslink 2 that i installed and it works, but there is one problem. If i turn up the vol too loud it will ct off and stop working until i turn off the honda 07 fit sport head unit and then turn it back on again. Why is that? I have amp and remote on and ground installed and i am useing the front speakers has line in. Is i because i did not ground the basslink 2 right? Please let me know what can cause this type of problem. I love my honda fit sport 07 sliver so much and the bass link 2 in my friends car is so good. i want it to work good for me too. Thanks for all the help. Yasir Faheem

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Auto cut is due to overload, check out the wattage handling capacity of the Amp & the woofer( if the impedence is too low there will be an over load for the Amp.

Posted on May 06, 2007

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