I have an American Pro amp V.S.-1406. It has the amber lights on inside but no green power light. I am almost positive that everything is hooked up correctly but it just won't work. No sound. Good...
If you have no power light on or its not green or the color it's suppose to be when working properly then it's in protect mode. First unplug everything except the power wires and see if any of the lights change from amber. Being the color is amber this means its in protect. if still no green light for power or what color it's supose to be when working properly then you have an internal problem. Mostlikey the powersupply mosfets and/or the output transistors or mosfets. I have to look up this amp to see what it has for outputs. With a good ground and positive power wire hooked up, your amp has some shorted components. I own a small business repairing, selling, and installing car audio. I am MECP certified also I'm an electronics engineer and have designed 2 mono sub amps that sold very well. Saving up to have more built again. I have 20 years experience now so I have been doing this for a very longtime. My pricest are the cheapest and my work is professional. I do it cheap cause I'm tired of seeing people getting ripped off at allot of places and my overhead is'nt high. I also offer services that no one else does and I offer online video help to help a person test certain components berfore sending an amp in, or over the phone. If you need help just contact me through here and I will send my info. I get allot of business through this site and diycaraudio.com plus a few other sites. Hope this helps. I will look up your amp if I can find a manual to see what color the lights on it should be when working properly. Being amber though, in my experience that means it's in protect. Do what I asked first to rule out bad subs or RCA's causing it to go into protect.
Feb 13, 2013 |