Question about Dual TOA IP-600D Channel, 400W Power Amplifier, Stereo Amplifier with 400/600 Watts per Channel (IP6... Car Audio Amplifier
Where have you connected you remote wire?
it should be on the back of the stereo its self.
there are two power wires on the back of the stereo, one that is permanent live for the stereo's memory, and one that is semi live that dies when the ignition is turned off.
the semi live is wire you need for the amps remote wire.
hope thi helps
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
I assume you are speaking of the car battery, and it gets drained when the ignition is turned off.
Your problem is you have connected your system to the wrong power connection. Automobiles have wiring lines that supply power all the time, to other parts of your vehicle. You need to find a power connection, preferably from your fuse box, that stops supplying power when the ignition is turned off. This will also help provide a back-up fuse incase of any other problems you might incur.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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