Question about Bazooka ELA300.1 Car Audio Amplifier
You should check the remote wire bc you will get power to your amps if its not hooked up but you wont get any music!
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Hi, You may want to check all the fuses. The amp power supply line might not be directly connected to the battery but passes thru the ign switch via a fuse, meaning it will only power up with the ign switch and the radio/head turned on. Another wire that you can check is the trigger on supplied by your radio/head unit. this is either blue or yellow color. Last that you can check are your speakers including the wiring. Make sure that bare wires are not touching any metal part of the car or the speaker themselves; finally, check your speakers, make sure that they are not open, shorted or grounded and that they really work. Better check by temporarily installing them in another setup or use a continuity tester which should show a reading of 4 - 8 ohms. Hope this gives you a few ideas. Post back how things are or should you need further information.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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