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One amp dies.. then revives

My car amp for the sub goes off. I have two amps, one for the interior speakers and one for the sub (trunk). I've had this system for a few years without any problems. Now, the amp for the sub dies off when it feels like it. Now if I shut the radio off and wait 2 min everything will work fine. WEIRD huh?

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I'm no expert, but the two most obious problems that come to mind would be the power supply or amp over heating.  Test your battery and alternator..

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If you disconnect the speaker wires from the speaker terminals on the amp and the amp still goes into protect mode, the amp probably has shorted output transistors. If that's the case, the amp is probably not repairable. The outputs that Sony used were discontinued and there are no other transistors that will work properly (unless some of the newest transistors are compatible).

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First of all you need to check if your amp can support this type of speaker setup? If you are simply going to wire 2 subs up to the amp (assuming a 2 channel amp) it's pretty simple. Just connect the + & - cables to one channel of the amp & the other ends of the cable to the sub, making sure that they are the correct polarity on both sides (ie speaker & on the amp).
If on the other hand you want to 'daisy chain' the subs onto one channel of the amp (this effectively drops the load down to half that of the speakers (usually 2 Ohm)), then you do as the name suggests. Simple connect one speaker cable to the amps channel 1 + ve output to subs_1 +ve input. Then from sub_1 -ve connector to subs_2 +ve. This leaves you with only 1 more to connect sub_2 -ve back to amp channel 1 -ve.

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