Question about Car Audio & Video
My amp was working on and off. I decided to adjust some settings on it (LPF, dB, V Level, etc). Then the subs started thumping--for about 2 minutes. Now there is *NO* power to the amp at all.. No lights come on (not even the protect light). Any ideas? I checked fuses and wire connections, no problems there...
It sounds like you clipped the amp and did damage to It and possibly the speakers. I would check all connections and wires first. If you used too light of wire you may have either burnt the insulation off or burned through the wire. High power amps need large power cables. If thats all ok, did you have a fuse from the pos power terminal? Check that. If every fuse is good and the connection are good then it sounds like you may have blown an internal component in the amp such as a Transistor, Diode, or Capacitor. This would mean taking it to a service facility.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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