Question about Kicker IX404 Car Audio Amplifier
Do the door speakers cut out completely? Are your subs running on a separate amp? If the answers are "yes" and "yes", there's a good chance your door speaker amp is either overheating or being overloaded (i.e. running 1 ohm loads on the channels). To fix this would require either re-mounting the amp somewhere it can get better airflow and/or rewiring the door speakers to be less of a load on the amp. If you provide details on your door speakers and amp(s) setup, I can provide a more detailed suggestion.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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