Question about Car Audio & Video
The first thing to check is the 'peak-on' (switch wire) from the head unit to the amp, normally a Blue wire. If it has 12v when stereo is on the stereo is ok and it is an amp fault but if there isn't 12v then it will be the head unit.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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You might have a blown channel off your amplifier, this may cause little or no sound. You will have some distortion, crackle sound and then maybe nothing at all. What kind of subs are you running to it? Make sure the subs arent blown and check the voice coils to see that they are not torn off the subs , these are the 2 little silver or copper wires that are connected from the speaker connectors to the sub itself.
Let me know what happens?
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