Question about Car Audio & Video
This is most likely caused by an overload from the amp. Depending on what setting you have it on, you should adjust the gain and any other boosters to about midrange. If you put it all the way it will cut out as you're experienceing. Try to lower the gain and such and see if that helps. If that's not the case, then your amp may be damaged and can't handle the load.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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