Question about Alpine MRD-M605 Car Audio Amplifier
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The "CUR" display is an indication of excessive current and is most likely caused by too low impedance or a fault in the wiring or the amp itself. It's probably not your cap.
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Posted on May 18, 2009
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Have you measured the DC resistance of the woofer to determine if it's OK? You will need to disconnect it from the amp. Check each voice coil individually.
If you disconnect both speaker wires from the amp, does it still show an overcurrent condition?
Oct 20, 2007 | Alpine MRD-M605 Car Audio Amplifier
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