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I have a kicker IX404 amp and when i turn my stereo up after a while it will cut off then come back on and it will do this repeatedly and it is also burning up my fuse extremely fast. my fuse wouldn't even last 2 weeks now they r burning out almost imediatly some one please HELP!! me

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  • s_h_a_w_k Jul 19, 2008

    same... only I'm running my amp off the high outputs from my factory deck with a unit that reduces the power to something more reasonable for the rca inouts... IT SHUTS ON AN OFF AND BLOWS FUSES ALL THE TIME... I'VE HAD THIS AMP FOR YEARS AND IN DIFFERENT VEHICLES... WHAT GIVES!?

  • ben_thomas6 Nov 27, 2008

    the amp turns on and then cuts out just a few seconds later, and it has blown 2 fuses in just a few days, whats up?

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If you disconnect the RCA cables and the speaker wires from the amp, does the fuse blow?

If not, does the amp heat up if left on for several minutes?

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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Kicker dx 250.1 class d monoblock amp has a fixed lpf at 80 hz 24db octave non adjustable. My car stereo is a pioneer deh-x55hd with the sub control set at 100 hz -6 slope unable to turn sub control off to...


Do you have the subwoofer amp connected to the pioneer thru pre amp connections; pre amp output of pioneer to pre amp input of Kicker amp. Page 10 of the manual explains how to adjust the subwoofer output. You can select the cutoff freq. that will pass to the subwoofer; The slopes don't match perfectly, but if you use the -12 slope , it should work fine.
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http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/StaticFiles/Manuals/Car/DEH-X5500HD_OwnersManual112712.pdf

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Cut out


rewire the subs-each sub you want in series=8 ohms per sub-then at the amp wire the two 8 ohm subs in parallel which brings the ohms back down to 4 ohms which is optimal for the amp and it shouldnt shut down on you any more-try that-good luck

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possible out from radio is bad or rear input on amp put front rca in the rea and see wht happen if you get sound use two y splitter and make connection to amp

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Cut out


Do you have ONE pair of 12's? Are they single voice coils? Dual? Bottom line, you are either over driving the amp (bass controll up high on the head unit (stereo), or the "load" on the amo is too low, meaning 2-12'" dual voice coils parreleled would give you a 1ohm load. Need more info, need to know what the bass is set on on your stereo, what size power wire to the amp, and I can wrap up the solution. ok?

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Pull your lead power wire right off the positive term. on your battery 

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Another question for zzedly about the speakers cutting out


So, as I see it, your system is hooked up like so:
  • Ch1 = Left speakers, front and back
  • Ch2 = Right speakers, front and back
  • Ch3 = One sub
  • Ch4 = Other sub
One thing you can try is swapping channels. Swap Ch1 with Ch3 and Ch2 with Ch4. Then see if the issue still occurs on the door speakers or do the subs suddenly cut out at loud volume. If the subs start cutting out, that means the issue is with Ch1 and Ch2. If you haven't already, check the RCA connections to Ch1 and Ch2 as well as the gain for all channels. If the gain isn't already set to about 50%, put it there.

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Not Sure


Do the door speakers cut out completely? Are your subs running on a separate amp? If the answers are "yes" and "yes", there's a good chance your door speaker amp is either overheating or being overloaded (i.e. running 1 ohm loads on the channels). To fix this would require either re-mounting the amp somewhere it can get better airflow and/or rewiring the door speakers to be less of a load on the amp. If you provide details on your door speakers and amp(s) setup, I can provide a more detailed suggestion.

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Check your power cable, for bad connections.
Make sure voltage dont drop below 10.8v.

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Sound turns off


Check all of your electricial connections, especially the ground. I wouldn't suspect anything internal to the amp is the problem.

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