Question about Jensen 100W x 4 Amplifier KA5 Car Audio Amplifier
Your battery is probably not able to supply the current needed to power the amp and your alternator is not supplying enough charging current when idling. Check these two and the wiring to the amp.
Should be some sort of decent stranded copper wiring able to handle the power consumption of the amp. When you have access to a multimeter do check the voltage at the amps 12 volt power leads and when this is below 12 volt when idling I would suspect wiring and/or alternator/battery.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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