Question about Clarion EQS746 Equalizer - 7-Band In-Dash Rotary Equalizer with Subwoofer Crossover Auxiliary Input Car Equalizer

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Power All of a sudden the eqalizer just shuts down. The stereo continues to remain powered, but no sound comes out, obviously because its wired to the EQ, but what is causing it to shut down(EQ)?

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Maybe youre voltage is dropping? is it when your bass hits real hard or when you turn up the music real loud? or when ur using ur headlights, a/c and stuff like that? or maybe you just have a bad connection? id would check the connection first then id sit in a parking lot figuring what is on when it cuts off. then id cut off one accessory at a time to see. if your voltage is dropping you can get a new alternator or battery. just go to your local advanced auto store and have them check it. my email is m1chae11ane123@yahoo if u have any other questions. sorry u waited so long but i just found this site.

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