Question about Car Audio & Video
The amp won't turn off after the radio is turned off. This causes the battery in the car to go dead
You may have accidently hooked the AMP up to a constant power supply. You need to hook the power for your amp to either the unit (because it is on intermittent power supply) or find an accessorised power supply for it separately. Go to this site to see if you cant rewire your AMP.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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