Question about Car Audio & Video
The amp has a short in it. It is common that the output stage becomes damaged for various reasons on many of these amps. The output and driver stages will have to be serviced.
Most of these failures are from defective speakers loading the amp, or there is a short somewhere, or the amp was over-driven by being played much too loud.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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