I am looking for the manuctures website of Pyramid Equalizers and Amps for automobile applications. I understand that it is supposed to be Pyramid Technologies Inc. but thier website does not have EQs and AMPs listed. I am trying to find all the models that they produce to compare features and applications.
Any information that you can assit or provide me with is greatly appreciated.
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high current can cause more heat and burn wiring and melt solder so big amps are better to have multiple terminals to spead the load, if you have one power wire split the strands evenly and makes for better installation
you have to understand impedance to do this. how many ohm are your 12,s`? you can run all 4 subs in mono off one amp if wired right. it works like this, lets say all 4 of your speakers are 4 ohms. if you wire 2 4 ohm speakers in a series it looks like one 8 ohm speaker to the amp. if you wire them in parallel the amp sees it as 2 ohms, ps most amps cant handle less than 2 ohms in sereo 4 in mono bridge. so no if you take one pair say the tens run them in series now take the 12 run them in series. now take and parallel both sets to amp and you have a 4 ohm load. to better understand do a google search for series parallel circuits. also you amp should be marked for bridging if not look up the amp on the manufacturers web site most will let you download the owners manual for free if in doubt about your amps ability keep it at or above 4 ohms
MOST OF THE TIME AMPLIFIED BOXES ARE EASYER THAN REG AMPS, ALL U HAVE TO DO IS RUN UR RCAS FROM THE BACK OF UR HEAD UNIT TO THE AMP, THAN UR POWER LEAD, FROM UR BATTERY TO THE AMP, THEN UR GROUND MOSTLY ON THE FRAM OF THE CAR OR ON THE BRACKETS ON UR SEATS, THATS MAINLY ALL U NEED TO NO.
try: a shorter ground cable, a bigger ground cable or sanding the surface where you make your ground. a lot of amps will tell you the ground should be no more than 3 ft and for any the shorter the better
sounds like the Impedance of the speakers does not match that of the amp, therefore the output stage of the amp is trying to compensate, driving the amps too hard and eventually causing the thermal cut out to activate. Check the ratings on everything are compatible before you start sending it off to be fixed.
The protect light is a notification that the amplifier has reached a set temperature and shuts the amp down till it cools off. Look for the thermosister on the heatsink and follow the circuitry back to the control chip. Once you get that fixed the amp should power up until it gets too hot and the protect circuit kicks in. I had one of these amps for a while and the circuit was very touchy. Regards, rcampsr