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How to Reset SOUND MAGUS Car Amp

I have got the SOUND MAGUS Car Amp. This is in the ALARM State with the Red light on. This does not have any reset button, can you please suggest how to reset this.

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The amp will reset every time it's turned off. The red light flashing, instead of staying constant is a warning that one of the protection circuits are activated. If the amp is bridged wrong, it can do this. If the load impedance is too low, it can also do this... don't trust the speaker, it it says 4-ohm, it may actually be 3.8-ohm, which could cause a problem if two speakers are wired in parallel. If it's not getting enough power, it will turn off briefly, but will turn back on after a second. A capacitor is not necessary with this, just use 4 gauge cable and have a good battery... make sure the ground is good, that one is commonly ignored.

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disconect all power cables then short between terminals G&P G&R .a little spark but ok.try after 10min.

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Does the amp power up normally if you disconnect the speaker wires from the speaker terminals of the amp?

It's never a good thing to blindly short across a power source.

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SOURCE: changed the battery. The alarm

Yes this is an Alarm issue that's why your vehicle is shutting down as soon as you press on the brake pedal. Is this an aftermarket alarm or stock alarm? Sounds like aftermarket alarm to me and if it is, the way fix this issue is as soon as you put the red n black terminal on the battery and the alarm goes off press your alarm key right away to turn it off. If this doesn't work put your key on the ignition after you have installed the battery and just put it on the "ON" position engine OFF then click on your alarm remote once again.

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