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It could be your wiring as well. Sometimes, when speaker wire gets cut and grounded, like your factory wiring to your door speakers or you tap into facrotry speaker wires to add more, the load on your deck increases. When the volume gets to a certain level, it will cut off because of the heat produced to maintain the load.
Your head unit is 50 watts X 4 channel maximum power and 21 watts RMS so it's possible that all you need is more power to the speakers. But even 21 watts RMS should be enough for normal speakers. Before investing in an amp, I'd check the speakers and their wiring. Measure the impedance (resistance) at the head unit side to see if they match up.
Double check your settings on your radio. Mostly your Fade levels. If that is not the cause you may a chip going out in the head unit. The chip is fairly simple to purchase, remove and replace depending on your soldering skills. Let me know if the fade levels correct it. If it doesn't then I will help you find the replacement chip to order and replace.
The gain dial is not a volume control. The gain dial is used to compensate the output level of your car radio head unit. all car stereo units output are not alike. If you set this gain level too high, it will cause major distortion (clipping) to the audio output of you speakers when cranked up. This excessive distortion WILL eventually, or even quickly damage or blow your speakers.
I personally blown speakers this way no not properly setting this. (lesson learned, I guess :| )
Will not turn on get blue screen with eq band only after leaving it on for some time i get some function out of it only at low volume setting if i try to turn it up reception and sound quality breaks up
check your ground, it could be that your antenna is the only source of ground, in which case the deck does not have enough power to stay on when it draws too much power. I've seen exactly what you are saying many many times. Ground it really reallly good.
Check the value of the fuse for the power feed, it could be that the fuse is to low.
The unit uses 10A min. I suggest a 25A fuse.
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