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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: speaker Problems
What are the outputs on the back of your stereo? & how are the front speakers wired up, to one of the amps or directly to the head unit?
If you have both amps just feeding the subs & the front speakers connected to the stereo then there should be a setting somewhere that allows you to do this. Have a look on the stereo, some have a switch on the back so that you use one or both internal amp for small speakers & the output for amps.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
I assume you didn't install the radio yourself then? Some installers put a inline fuse in. This would be located behind the radio. Some radios even have a fuse built into themselves, also on back side of radio. If those two solutions don't help ya, check the other fuses. Maybe the wiring for the radio was hooked into a different system other then the radio.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
Does it happen at all volume levels?
What is the gain setting on the sub amp?
Have you checked for 12V @ remote turn on after problem occurs?
Sounds as if the remote turn on relay inside the amplifier is losing signal, or has become damaged. If the protection light does not light up, the problem is not thermal, shorting, or high/low voltage.
The amplifier is in need of repair. This is not an end-user fix. Looking at about $50 to repair.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2009
depending on how many channels the amp is, you may not be able to hook everything up to it.
usually you have a separate amp for subs. 4 channel amp for the speakers in the car, and a mono amp for the subs.
To hook them all up to the same amp you would need an amp with 5 channels. It wouldn't work out right.
If you have a mono amp its only for subs.
If you have a 2 channel you can either hook it up to the rear speakers or bridge them to mono to run the subs.
you need a channel per speaker basically.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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