Question about American Pro VS1405 Car Audio Amplifier
Okay so i have a American Pro VS1405 and it works really good until it gets super hot and turns off. I heard a cooling fan will help but would i put the fan inside the amp or what??
Sounds like the thermal protection on your amp is doing its job. You can put an external fan in to help in cooling, like the crossflow type shown here, or a couple of muffin fans like these (look familiar?). You may have fashion a bracket to mount the fan(s), but that shouldn't be too much of a problem. Many fans are shipped with mounting tabs attached.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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