Question about Infinity Reference 1300a Car Audio Amplifier
If you are running say a 1ohm load on a 2ohm stable amp it will keep going into protect or even pop your fuses do you know what your subs are wired at?
Posted on Mar 12, 2012
First off which fuse is it? The inline fuse from the battery or the amplifiers power supply fuse? Blowing the main fuse from the battery is caused by either the load (your amp) drawing too much current or you have a short to ground somewhere. Maybe there is a tear in the 12Vdc line and it is shorting to the chassis of your car. If the amps power supply fuse is blowing as soon as it turns on your amp has a shorted power supply. This will require internal component changes by a technician. If it is blowing after operation at high volumes I would say change the impedance that the amp is driving. If you are at 2 ohm try to rewire your speakers for four ohm. (go from parallel to series wiring then bridge mono or operate the amp in stereo mode)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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