Question about Car Audio & Video
Disconnect the speaker wires and if you have a voltmeter measure across the two terminals to see what your dc voltage is. Normally less than 50mV(.05vdc). There could be many problems but I would think you have a problem in the output section of the amp. Also make sure your speaker wires aren't shorted to each other and in very rare cases I have seen speakers short out instead of open up. Measure the speaker wires after disconnecting from the amp. Normally 3-8 ohms(for 4 ohm and 8 ohm speakers). Less than 3 you likely have a short or have lower than 4 ohm speakers(or wired incorrectly). Good luck!
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