Question about Pioneer PRS-D5000SPL Car Audio Amplifier
That amp is not stable at one ohm.go to 12 volt web site an punch in the number of speakers and if they are svc or dvc it will give you the wiring diagram and the ohm.only go with two or four ohm with that amp.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
This sounds like an amplifier that trying to push a lower impedance load than its supposed to. Typical aftermarket car speakers have a 4ohm reading per voicecoil. By running more than one speaker per channel you can get more power(sometimes alot more) from the amp by feeding it a 2ohm load or more. If the amp isn't designed to handle ratings less than 4ohms a channel it will overheat and shutdown.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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