The power comes on . .but there is no sound coming out of the subs. It was working before, although i think i must have bridged it wrong or something . .because it stopped working . .the power light was going off, then on, then off, . . . .so i disconnected all the wires . . tried it again . .but the power now works . but still no sound. .i'm starting to think maybe it could be internal problem . maybe one of the mosfets, or something . .
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You need to bridge 2 of the amp channels to each 4 ohm sub to get the most power from the amp. Bridge channels 1/2 to one of the subs and channels 3/4 to the other one. But the amp is only rated for 75 watts RMS per channel and Pyle products are sometimes rated higher than their real capabilities. So, even bridged and with the rated output, you'll only be getting at most 150 watts from a pair of bridged channels. That's not much for a sub.
Disconnect all speaker connections and rca cables. Leave power, ground and remote wires intact. Try turning on again. If you still have a protection light your amp is faulty. Hopefully you have warranty. Dou
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Power caps store power from the battery and they feed constant power to the amp so you dont get no drainage! this could be one reason..
have you bridged both subs and wat gauge wire are you using.
these amps can only handle one bridged sub at 4ohms and this amp is recommended that u use 8gauge or higher. if your running to subs i normally reccomend using 4 gauge power wire as you get more rms power feed to the amp
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i have come across a similar problem before. if you are using the ceramic (glass, clear) fuses the solder in the end caps sometimes melts. you will not see the fuse blown, but the fuse may still be bad. try a new fuse to see if that works. also make sure no single stray strands of wire from a positive or negative wire are touching on the terminals on the amp. i hope this helps. ill keep thinking of other things in the meantime
you may have to send it in or back to the company... being that its one side it could be a blown amp or perhaps a bad speaker on that side ..
hooking up two 6x9s and a sub in bridge mode you could have a wiring problem when i bridge an amp i go from positive of one side and negitive on the other to the same positive and negitive on the sub or box
+--------------------\ ` bridge =========== > SUB - --------------------/
The sub you want is ONE single 4 ohm voice coil sub that is no higher than 500 watts in power but more than 350 watts. Your amplifier puts out the most power in the bridged state at 4 ohms so this is why you want a single 4 ohm voice coil sub. Also, you don't want to over or under power a sub so you want your sub to match or come close to your rated value of the amp. Good luck
That's a 4-channel amp, not a 2-channel, which makes me wonder exactly how you have it hooked up to your sub. Is the LED light on the amp coming on? How many subs do you have hooked up to it, and how is it wired?