Question about Sony Xplod XM-1652Z Car Audio Amplifier
I have a Sony 500W amp hooked up to 2 10'' Subs. When I put power to the amp it lights up green like it is supposed to, but when I turn my music up a little bit, the amp turns off into protection mode and the red light comes on. What should I do?
Sounds like you have an ohm problem, Tryy hooking the positive from one speaker to the negative on the other speaker. Then hook the negative from the first speaker to the negative on your amp and the positive from the second to the positive on the amp this will drop your ohm load and the amp should stop going into protection.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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