Question about Performance Teknique ICBM-892 Car Audio Amplifier
Amps normally have several kinds of "protection" modes. Common ones are thermal, voltage, and short. Do you know which one you have? If the amp isn't hot, and goes into protection immediately before doing anything, we can rule out thermal protection. The next thing you should do is disconnect the speaker/subwoofer leads from the amp so that it only has power, ground, and remote connected. If the amp comes on with no speaker load, connect the speaker and see if it goes into protection. If it does, then you probably have a short-protection. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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