Ok i just went to hhgregg today and bought a mtx 300dx mono block car amplifier and the way they have the amplifier hooked up is normal but one thing is the got two wires in the ground and remote turn on wie ........is that how im suppose to hook it up or wat............my amplifier is not getting power at all........the power light flashes green and red very fast matching the beat and its not suppose to be like that............can someone help me please ......................p.s.
sorry the product is an mtx thunder 300xd car amplifier
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first of all you should check the minimal impedance your amp handles , if is class d it should handle between 1-2 ohms total impedance in a mono conection , meaning whatever quantity of subs you have hooked to your amplifier,their total impedance should the minimum the amp handles that way all the power from your amplifier will be used.
Two things, a problem with the speakers, or the amp is toast. If there is a short is the speaker, wire touching, bad voice coil, the amp will go into protect. I have also seen many, many MTX amps that go bad, and just stay in protect. the easiest way to check, is to unhook the speaker wire from the amp, then power it up, if it still goes into protect without a speaker hooked to it, you have a bad amp. Hope this helps.
The MTX 421d is a mono amp. It only has one output channel.
If you are asking about hooking up only one channel to the input, then no, the amp will not overheat. But the output will be significantly reduced. It would be best to use a "Y" adapter with a single female and two male connectors to split the channel into both inputs.
no you will not blow it out by hooking up both voice coils. But First before you do, what oms are they. and is your amp one oms stable? There a lot of ways you can wire double voice coil. But if you can get me that info i can send you some digrams to help you out and tell you whats best.
okay u will have to troubleshoo the amp.....dose the amp light up?...when u have the radio on? also check your sub wires.going to the amp....make sure the rca'sare hooked up to the radio rear out puts are the radio sub out puts...and then test your amp gain adjustment...let me know if that work's