Question about Lanzar VIBE266 Car Audio Amplifier
You answered your own question. Running a 1 ohm load on a amp (not that great a amp to begin with) has probably resulted in shorted output transistors. Hence the always lit protection LEDs. Only a repair shop can remedy this.
Posted on Jun 29, 2007
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