Question about Alpine CDA-9825 CD Player
Turn your volume down before you switch what maybe happening is that you amp is over heating and going into "safe mode" and turning itself off. I have seen that happen before because the radio signal is " loader " then the cd. If it's still not giving you any love you may have a short somewhere. what wire do you have the remote to your amp hooked to?
Let me know what happens, Good luck
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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