The amp power's up fine, green led is on an ncan only here it if i turn my deck up to max.And it sound's like a really small set of head phones and cut's out all fizzy.It cost a lot of money so i would really like to fix it.If you can help please ot red very very low sound i and thank you so much
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The amp does not go on protection only because of wiring or power source problem , but also and mainly when there is an internal fault.
Protection is started whenever an out-of range voltage value is detected from the controller circuit.
Protection can be triggered from a burnt final IC or from a speaker wiring problem.
Since you have ruled out speake, wiring and power source problems, then this Amp is probably defective
If the Amp works fine on a different vehicle, then protection mode may start either because speakers impedance is not within Amp specs, or because the amp has a too big power draw. In this last case the problem is fixed installing a capacitor on the Amp 12V line.
Sounds like the amp is going into Protection Mode. Does yours have green LED light then RED LED on it? The green is power and the red is Protection. You will need to either change the OHMS wiring or Put A Fan on it to Keep it Cool Inside.
thin blue wire is the remote wire and goes to the deck remote line large diam wire goes to battery large diam "black" goes to ground rca ... wires with the metal ends plug into the white and red holes you have two sets of speaker wire comming off the amp also hope this helps
it is probably the rca inputs on the amp may have fried. was your cd decked turned up loudly before the power went out? did any wires accidently touch each other? If had worked fine and then suddenly stopped, than either a wire came loose or the inputs fried. try using different cables and I also suggest disconnecting power for 24 hours and then reconnect. If the green light is on then it is getting power and the problem is in the rca cables or the inputs
Check the connection with the subs. See if all wires are connected or check for any break in the wire. Also make sure that the RCA's are connected to the subwoofer output at the back of your deck. Also check setting on your AMP.