Question about Car Audio & Video
I bought a fusion amp ( fp-1002 powerplant ) and 2 10 inch pioneer premier subs ( 350W RMS , 700W max each ) from my uncle for cheap , and i got them professionally installed at a local car electronics dealer , and about 5 hours later when i was listening to my music ( was testing settings out ) subs suddenly stoped ( i assumed it overheated so i gave it a few minutes ) , but the status light( red light ) on the amp stayed on and the subs only made small noises , my 6x9s were making more bass .... i went to the place where i got them installed at and they tested my amp connections and told me my amp was fried , but the two ( 30 ) fuses were still in mint ?? , i need to know if there is anyway to fix my amp without having to buy a new one
Blown capacitors. take to a friend or electronics repair that can replace with better capacitors. had same problem with an old comp 1200 amp. friend of mine replaced with better capacitors and wooohh mamma!
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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