Question about MTX Thunder 6152 Car Audio Amplifier
Okay, first thing i would do is turn down your gain. Sounds like you are over working the amp thats wire your amp gets hot and shut off, it's going into protection mode. Is your amp enough for your subs. Some times not getting enough power to your amp might do this too. But if your subs wattage is way over your amp watts, you need to upgrade your amp. Also check your subs and see how the are wired up with the ohms, And see if your amp can take a 1 ohm stable load or how ever it's wired up at. hope this was helpfull.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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