Question about MTX Thunder 81000D Car Audio Amplifier
D198 is a diode. It burns when the amp loses the chassis ground connection and the amp tries to ground through the RCA shield. If the amp is still working, it's better to leave that diode out of the circuit. That's what MTX did on later models.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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