Question about Boss Car Audio & Video
One day my BA-2900 stopped working for no reason. Seems power is on, cooling fun is working and all the fuses look OK. A pioneer sub is attached. So there is only sound in back speakers as they are connected directly to the radio. Noticed, when car starts the sound (although a bit disorted) gets pump to front speakers and the sub, to only disappear in a few seconds.
I have come across a similar problem before. if you are using the ceramic (glass, clear) fuses the solder in the end caps sometimes melts. you will not see the fuse blown, but the fuse may still be bad. try a new fuse to see if that works. also make sure no single stray strands of wire from a positive or negative wire are touching on the terminals on the amp. i hope this helps. ill keep thinking of other things in the meantime
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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