Question about Car Audio & Video
Give it power, ground, and remote turn on and put a sub on it quick it should kick on and stay on and push your sub. If it doesn't it's probably not going to work and isn't worth fixing. Personally I wouldn't buy it in the first place, save a little more cash and buy a quality amplifier. That's actually one of the most important parts of your system.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the fuses were the problem then you would be replacing them all the time. Fuses are only good once - and are only in place to protect the circuitry from damaging overcurrent situations.
More likey, the problem is a thermal protection resulting from over-driving the amplifier. What impedance are the speakers you are running? Does the amplifier support that impedance? Typically, car audio runs 4-8 ohm impedance. Many amps have a switch to place the unit in the proper impedance mode.
Check your wiring. Do you have it wired correctly?
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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