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Sony xplode 1000w amp has green light puts out no power to subs

I hooked up my subs as i was told to and as the directions say and they don't work i have power to the amp and the light is green but there isn't any power going to my subs and i hooked up a smaller speaker and that still didn't do any thing. Do i have a bad amp? is some thing not hooked up right or is it my radio witch also is a sony xplode radio. so please help me hook these things up.

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  • mclaren1 Jan 25, 2009

    I too have the same problem. Except I noticed that I had 12.74 volts at the amp and when the remote switch turns it on the voltage drops to 4.337 volts. All my connections are tight and after I ohmed the power supply and ground wire I had less than 1 ohm of resistance. This is a new amp as well. Thank you so much

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2009

    same

  • Dalynn Turner May 11, 2010

    Have you checked your RCA cables? I had this problem it turned out one of the RCA cables was bad and it caused me to lose all sound from subs. You can buy gold plated home RCA's for 1/2 the cost of car audio dealers and get the same quality...

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Check the speaker, the subs. i had same problem, same reading on volt, its correct as way it should be. if its not the rca plug then it has to be speaker, i replaced the amp and it wasnt that, it was the speakers after all...

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May haveto turn sub on through the stereo itself if rca cables are good.

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