Question about Sony Xplod XM-1652Z Car Audio Amplifier
I got a red light and then the amp cut off
The amp is being over-loaded on the circuitry board.
You need to double-check what ohms the amplifier can handle.
Make sure the gain on your amp is not turned up too high.
Make sure you have a good ground.
Make sure the RCA cables are not shorting out.
Hope this helps.
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