Question about Insignia 600W Bridgeable Amplifier with 12" Subwoofer
First ceck yor ground. it should be grounded directly to the frame andto clean bare metal. sedonc check your wires to make sure nothing is chaffed and grounded out. after that you can check yur subs to make sure the ohm load is safe for your amp..let me know if theres anyting else to help out!
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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