Question about Pioneer GM-5000T Car Audio Amplifier
Remove off all the speaker connections and connect back one at a time. Check if your speaker wires have grounded or short, test the Sub seperately for any fault. If not connect and power. If you notice any distortion then there is a confirmed fault with your mosfet drivers. Make sure the +B and the ground is good when you test. Also if the signal is not distorted from the head set. Check for signs of over heating, if so there could be deteriorisation of the output drives . You must check the juctions of the mosfets for good values or else replace them. It is most possible that the fault must be in the power output than in the pre amps. So please check this out , get a familiar help if your electronics need updation. Helpful I hope. Good day
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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