Question about Audiofonics ADF-241 Car Audio Amplifier
No that is not normal. That means your amplifier is still getting power. Try connecting your remote wire from your cd player, to an on / off switch (auto parts store) and from the on / off switch to the amplifier. When you turn your car off, turn the switch off and your amp will no longer have power.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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