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My amp cuts off its a kx1200.1

My amp cuts off at a certant volume thats still pretty low i hear a click inside it and it cuts off until i lower it wut could it be all i have hooked up is a pair of pioneer impp nothin it cant handle so i need help from u techies any advise?????????

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Check your ohms they may be too low

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