Question about AudioBahn A18001DQ Car Audio Amplifier
The amp has worked fine for over a year. It just starts a rythmic cycle of bass sounds even when no music is playing. It sounds like background noise, not very loud. I have blown my right side door speakers although they are not hooked up to amp, they do go through the head unit. I get a code onmy readout that says LO. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
You are not getting your amp enough volts try checking your ground or power cable
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
Disconnect the sub, and try a different sub or speaker. It sounds like the sub is blown or shorted, which is causing the amp to go into load-protection mode. This happens when the speaker load is lower than the amp can sustain (usually 2-4ohms). If you disconnect the sub or speakers, does the error reset and clear itself?
Posted on May 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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