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Sond gone My mtx 8202 sound in gone led is on but no sound Is the amp blown, it got pretty hot compared to the two others

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  • Daniel Champagne
    Daniel Champagne Aug 05, 2007

    went to check now that it was cooled down but it is the same!!
    It has been very hot around here this past week.

    I will check speaker and wires






    This is what I have for set up

    Audio -Compustar2wss alarm/starter security system -Kenwood KDC-Z919 Headunit -Kenwood 10 disc Cd changer -1 x MTX mid-tweeter combo in doors -1 x MTX mid-tweeter combo custom made floor kick panel each side -4 x MTX 6.5" mids rear deck -1 set clarion tweeters in rer sides -2 x MTX 15" 8000 series subswoofers in trunk encased in custome made fiberglass box that drops in spare wheel well -1 x MTX 81000 D mono amp -1 x MTX8302 2 Channel amp -1 x MTX 6152 2 channel amp -1 x 2.4 farad capacitor -0 guage wiring


    Thanks

    Dan

  • Daniel Champagne
    Daniel Champagne Aug 05, 2007

    after doing some tests I found that I had two blown speakers on the same side.
    To veriry I took one speaker frome the goo side and hooked it up
    and it worked at both locations (floor and door) tweeters seem to be ok
    I hope it didn't hurt the amp on that side but it ran a lot cooler
    than before

    Thanks for the help

    Dan

  • Daniel Champagne
    Daniel Champagne Aug 05, 2007

    After doing some checking I got a burn smell from the right side and it apears that I have two blown speakers.
    the tweeters seem to be ok
    I tested by taking a speaker from the floor on the other side and hooked it to both locations and it worked
    The amp also ran a lot cooler
    I hope it didn't harm that side of the amp I will find out when i get new speakers

    Thanks for all the help

    Dan

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Sounds like an internal problem. first disconnect all spks from amp, then switch on head unit and check if amp turns on (LED ON?) then feel the heatsink, if heatsink gets terribly hot then amp has internal fault. if amp doesnt get hot then try connecting a single working speaker to each channel separately, it may occur that one channel is faulty only. amps can shut down if the speaker/s is faulty as well, check all speakers and spk wires for shorts before taking amp in for repair. cheers

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