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Problems with Infinity Amp 611A

I recently installed two 12 inch rockford he fosgates and the infinity 611-a amplifier. When i was finishing up wiring my deck and got ready to connect the remote wire i could not get steady power to the amp. The lights "clip" and protect" light up when we play with the ground, but cannot get thw power LEd light to come on or stay on. Just wondering if anyone has any comments or answers. The led lights clip and protect only come on when we play iwth the ground which makes me think maybe thats it, however i have removed and remounted the ground three times, and wont give me ANY power, not even a quick flash when the ground is completely secure, but flashes when the ground sparks at a new source.

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Re: Problems with Infinity Amp 611A

Are you running a large ground wire directly to the battery negative terminal?

Posted on Jun 03, 2007

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Re: Problems with Infinity Amp 611A

I have a really big problem, results mi amplifier had power led flashing and also the clip flash some times and protect led is On, the subwoofer doesnt make any sound so this happens when the car its on. When its off the protect and the power light always are on.

Somebody can help me please

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Re: Problems with Infinity Amp 611A

I had the same problem, and it turned out to be a problem with my subs. I would check them.

Posted on Nov 10, 2007

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