Question about Car Audio & Video
Look at the speakers, is one jumping out and the other drawing in? If so try this. Hook one speaker up normally, reverse the polarity on th other. Hook it opposite how you hooked the other up. This won't hurt a thing but it may cure the problem. Sometimes the amps get wired up backwards inside. I know for a fact that fosgate does cause mine was.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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Most fan cooled amplifiers would be fine on its side provided the flow of air is not impeded. Unless it's been modified the probability of a wire falling into the blades is pretty small. Where you may want to be concerned is if it's a convection cooled amplifier which would depend heat rising away from heat producing components and their heat sinks. Placing this type of amp on its side could reduce the efficiency of its cooling capabilities possibly causing it to thermally shut down and/or shorten its lifespan.
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