Question about Power Acoustik Area 820x2 Car Audio Amplifier
Well you could have a couple of problems... First, if you have a separate, non-fader output on your radio, make sure the volume on that is turned up. Also check the gain on the amplifier to make sure that is at a reasonable level, usually 3/4 of the way up. Check to make sure you have good connections and wires going from the amp to the speakers. Also make sure that the RCA cables you are using are good, I have ran RCA cables, to find out later that they got pinched in the reassembly of my car . A way to test this is get a set of RCA cables and run them directly from the back of the Radio to the amp without hiding them. I hope I can help.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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