Question about Kicker Solo-Baric L7 S15L72 Car Subwoofer

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Just stopped I was thumpin the other day and the amp protection light came on, checked all fuses stuck a my other box in there in there and it works fine seems the that when the bass start to kick in at a High volume then the amp turns speaker off btw its a 12 solo baric L7

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  • savagehenry Feb 01, 2008

    2 for both, ive hooked the speaker up to 3 other amps and soon as volume goes up all the amps protection lights came on

  • BigSteveo Feb 21, 2008

    I have a Kicker Solo-Beric 12" subwoofer connected to a Kicker ZX200.2 amplifier by a bridge wireing setup. I can turn up the vloume to nearly two thirds the way and then the amp goes into power circuitry protection mode with a red light. At the time the red light comes on, the green "ok" light goes off. I have the system connected to an apline system witch i believe is the 9863 model. It produces 50watts per channel. I am fairly sure that the system is wired correctly and grounded fine. However the problem still continues. This problem only happens at a higher volume. It can run at a lower volume for a long time with no problem. I have checked my fuses on the amp and in the line. They are the same at 30 amps. I have tried to play around with the MANY settings on my head unit and of course the crossover and gain levels on the amp. Nothing has seemed to work yet.



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Ur amp has a certain amount of amprage....check the amp what type of fuse it has and how many....then check the fuse that comes from the battery to the fuse then to the amp...some times there is 2 x 20 amp fuses or 2x 25 amp fuses on the amplifier. and if the fuse from the battery to the amp isnt the same or lower ...then that could be the this case...i have a 200 amp breaker fuse that i bought for 10 bucks...but i only run 50 amps 2x25 fuses....check that first...

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How many ohms are your amp and how many for yuor speakers?

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DID YOU CHECK YOUR FUSES? Is there anything lighting up on it to see if it is in fact turning on? If it's lighting up and there is no protection lights lit up then check your speakers to make sure you didn't burn them up. If there is a protect LED lit then unhook your speakers and see if it stays lit or not. If it stays lit then check to make sure you're getting enough voltage at the amp connection, minimum of 11.0 volts is required just to get it to turn on. If it has under voltage and over voltage protection LEDs see if they're lit. If you do all of these things and are getting enogh voltage, your speakers are not burnt, your protection LEDs are lit no matter what then you need warranty repair that amp. If your speaker wires are shorted it will make your amp shut down also, but since you were using it for a day or so my bet is that you burnt up one of your speaker voice coils and it's internally shorted and that will cause your amp to shut down in protect mode. Otherwise you probably internally fried your amp by too low of voltage or not enough current (amperage) due to not large enough conductor (too small gauge wire) should be minimum of 8 Ga. for each amp, 2 amps will require 4 Ga, 3 or more will need 2 Ga, or 0 Ga. wiring to keep the voltage and current flow high enough to keep from damaging the amps. Good Luck!

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