I recently just purchased this amp second hand, however I wired it up to my original setup and replaced my weaker amp. But the output from this Pioneer 5200t is very low, no bass at all but you can just hear it.
Cannot be the wiring as when I switch it over to my old amp it goes fine.
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disconnect the negative battery terminal, replace the fuse with all the wires hooked up to the amp and reconnect the battery terminal, that way the initial surge of power goes through the negative terminal and not your inline fuse. That should solve your problem.
THIS IS AN EASY FIX. DISCONNECT THE POWER WIRE FROM BATTERY. REMOVE THE GROUND WIRE FROM THE CARS BODY. SAND ALL THE PAINT AWAY FROM THAT AREA. WIPE IT CLEAN WITH A DRY CLOTH AND HOOK THE GROUND BACK UP. THEN RECONNECT THE POWER WIRE AND THAT SHOULD FIX IT. IF NOT THEN TURN DOWN UR GAIN CAUSE THE AMP IS OVER HEATING
Your battery should be fine! Although the amp might not be strong enough for the sub. All you can do is check the RCA cables from your radio to your amp as these might vibrate loose when you get to 17 volume and also check the monster cable from your amp to your sub asit might have vibrated loose as well.