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Protec amp my amp gets protec when i rais the volume on it

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  • jason May 11, 2010

    are you using recomened speakers and setup? have you checked the speaker wiring ? also does there sound like something is wrong with the speaker sound ?

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Describe to me your set-up. how many speakers there ohm ratings and how they are wired to the amp. i.e parallel, series... sounds like you are having an ohm overload. the wiring of the setup is causing the ohm level to drop below the amp's recommendation. let me know and ill get you fixed

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