Question about Alpine MRV-T757 Car Audio Amplifier
I also have the same problem with my amp the led on the front of my amp (for the power supply) blinks orangish red if it is a problem with low ohms is there some kind of reset on the amplifer needed to be actuated once i fix the resistance problem
There are little black things like with 3 wires running off them.. open it up and you will see what ime talking about there black when there bad somtimes the wire burns off u can check the model number on em and solder new ones in thats whta i had to do to mine and it works like a charm now.. i had a hard time finding the number on the burn ones because it blacked it out. so i checked other ones for model number and wala..
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
I know this already. I need to know where to find the problem.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Generally when you have all your connections sorted disconnect the power and reconnect once all other wiring is complete,if the red light comes back on its more than likely there is other problems.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
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Hi Big Nick,
Sounds like you have got almost all the good out of those Subs. You can find the screws you need at almost any hardware store or Auto parts store. The light is becase you are dloading the amp with low OHMS. You may need use one channel and Run the wiring like written blow to get the power problem to disappear.
S1+ = Kicker comp cvr sub coil 1 positive
A+ = Amplifier Positive output.
A+ to S1+
S1- to S2+
S2- to A-
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