Question about Car Audio & Video
Green light is on amp but amp does not hit the subwoofer like it should. but once I disconnect the ground for the amp with the vehicle running and put the ground back on the amp works fine. until I shut the car off and the amp doesn't work again
I am just gonna though this one out there, could it be the voltage regulator in your altinater ?
Posted on May 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be even simpler than that, yes an improper impedance rating on an amp will cause it to overheat, but should function temporarily until it reaches peak temp. If the outputs were blown the protect light should not light up being that they would need to work to cause the protect light to come on. I would double check all of your connections, one small little crossed wire would cause an amp to immediately go into a protect mode.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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