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You need to contact these guys; They still support the model, so thye should be able to help. Sorry doesn't appear to be available online. :)

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Need a wiring diagram for a american pro 1406

Very simple :

12V+ = Red 8 Gauge Wire to positive battery terminal with a 30 Amp fuse

Ground = Black 8 Gauge wire to non painted surface on chassis of car.

Remote Turn on = Blue / white thin wire from radio's blue/white , this will turn on your amp.

A set of RCA cables which are self explanatory. Out to In or In to Out
Radio to Amp under carpet to back of vehicle along with your blue wire.

Then you have your speaker wires, you hook these up to your subwoofers.

Hope this helps, good luck.


May 21, 2010 | American Pro VS1406 Car Audio Amplifier

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I have a american pro amp and the light inside it is on but the green light on the out side wont come on. and it wont work. i took it out of something else and put it in my truck

sound like it went out durring that uninstallment must have shorted out doesent mean the light on the inside wont work but that if you like that amp take it to a reapair shop and let them work on it chances are it might be cheaper just to buy another since its american pro...

Feb 21, 2010 | American Pro VS1404 Car Audio Amplifier

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My american pro amp is 600 watts, and when i have my two tens hooke up to it, on cuts in and out but stays on if i have i very loud, then i tried to hook up a 12 in sub and it didnt even work???i need an...

How are you connecting your speakers, stereo or bridged. What is the impedance of your speakers? What is the rated impedance of your amplifier? These are all questions you should have the answers to before you hook anything up to your amplifier.

Jan 10, 2010 | American Pro VS1402 Car Audio Amplifier

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Dont have wire schematic to hook up american pro bass machine limited edition model 1406,need to know how?

You should go to they are very helpful and pretty much have a schematic for every single car audio situation and they give you all your options. If they have nothing go to and go to the learning section then subwoofer and amp wiring. It all depends on the subs that u wanna hook up to it as well as the ohm impedence and the amount of voice coils and so forth they have all of that.

Jun 13, 2009 | American Pro VS1406 Car Audio Amplifier

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Engine noise

You can buy a ground loop isolator or move your RCA cables away from your power cable. Also try a different ground in your dash.

Feb 08, 2009 | American Pro VS1406 Car Audio Amplifier

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Trying to figure out what kind of amp i got amercian pro vs-3507?

The VS3507 Is a class D monoblock.
Your optimum wiring for this amplifier is a 2 Ohm load - so it produces its full potential power of 350W RMS.

To Achieve a 2 ohm load, the most common load is one of the following...
(1) Dual 4 Ohm Voicecoil Subwoofer Wired in Parallel.
(2) 4 Ohm Voicecoil Subwoofers wired in Parallel.
(1) Quad 2 Ohm Voicecoil Subwoofer wired in Parallel/Series.
(1) Single 2 Ohm voicecoil subwoofer.

American Pro VS3507 2000W Car Audio Monoblock Amplifier
American Pro VS3507 Monoblock Amplifier Details
  • Built-In Crossover
  • Variable High/Low Pass Filters
  • Phase Shift Control
  • Subsonic Filter
  • Bass Boost Control
  • Dancing Lights at the Rhythm of Music
  • Protection Circuits
  • Gold Plated Terminals
  • Power & Protection Circuit LED
  • 1 x 250 Watts RMS @ 4 Ohms
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Jan 29, 2009 | American Pro Car Amplifiers

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American Pro VS1405

Sounds like the thermal protection on your amp is doing its job. You can put an external fan in to help in cooling, like the crossflow type shown here, or a couple of muffin fans like these (look familiar?). You may have fashion a bracket to mount the fan(s), but that shouldn't be too much of a problem. Many fans are shipped with mounting tabs attached.

Jan 27, 2009 | American Pro VS1405 Car Audio Amplifier

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How to fix my amer.pro1000watt amp which has a burnt fuse an doesnt put out music

You blew the output transistors. They all need to be replaced. Check this for more info:

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