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How should you connect a phoenix gold xenon 1200.1 together with a phoenix gold xenon 600.1 ?

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SOURCE: led light keeps flashing on my phoenix gold amp

if the amp went into protect you need to disconnect all power including ground for at least 20 min to discharge caps inside.

Posted on Aug 08, 2007

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SOURCE: phoenix gold xenon 600.1 power problem

Sometimes problems like this are caused by tiny strands of wire in the amp. These can cause catastrophic amplifier failure. If you pull the cover off of the amp, you should be able to see the strands (if they're present). If that's not the problem, you should send the amp back to PG for repair. Before you pull the cover, completely disconnect power from the amplifier.

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SOURCE: my phoenix gold xenon 100/2 keeps blinking and

More than likely a blown output transistor. Phoenix can send you a schematic for that if you email their tech support. Be careful if you decide to work on it yourself.

Posted on Dec 15, 2009

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