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Why does my system cut out at high audio levels?

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There is not enough power output coming out of the amplifier and the overload switch kicks off. Sometimes this can be caused by cooling. Check your venting in the back for dust build up. Hope that helps!

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. Kind of like when someone squeezes a garden hose2_bing.gif when your trying to use it. That would be the high volume, starving the amplifier. The capacitor stores power in it to power the amp at high volume. 2 farads would probably be bulletproof on a single amplifier system, but 1 farad should work well enough. Or seek help from an expert on exactly what size capacitor you should use. If you find yourself saying: My amp cuts out.

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