Question about Car Audio & Video
Swap the RCA's on the back left to right and right to left. If the same speaker is not playing, the problem is in the amp. If the problem migrates to the other channel, check your connection at the source and try another source directly hooked up to the amp. If you still have a channel out, pop the top of the amp and check for a channel fuse. some have them some don't. It depends on the generation of the amp, some just use capacitors and transistors which would require a trip to the service center. Great amp! not much on the radar as a troubled piece of electronics!. Also, swap speaker outputs as well to rule out a bad speaker. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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