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My car amp is not working right.....

When turning on the car the amp dont stop from throwning bass its just goes boom boom boom boom boom and with no volume on the car stereo

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  • Remove the RCA preout connections from the amp. If the problem is still there, we know it's the amp, not the head unit.
  • Check your gain settings. Set them to 50% and see if that affects the issue at all.
  • Check that your ground wire is nice and short.
  • If the issue is still there, it's possible it's internal to the amp and will need repair.

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

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