Question about Car Audio & Video
Nop, you have to check the correct air flow from down to top with nothing interfering the top at least 4 inch between amp and next thing up the amp, take away of near heat sources in every possible way, hope this helps, also check the speaker impedance to match with amplifier...this last part is a great source of heat, believe me...speakers should be 8Ohm, and anything less will put the amp under stressful situation generating lots of heat...
Posted on Nov 06, 2013
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