Question about Car Audio & Video
I have an older thunder 1500dx, by far not too sexy but i know it can hit like anything! i have one problem.... i hooked it all up and it powers up fine, but when i connected the speaker wires from my driver, it produces a continuous, really loud tone that i'm sure would have blown the sub if i didn't immediately disconnect it. i am a hands-on type of guy and don't mind digging around in the amp, could you tell me what might be wrong and how to fix it? or at least find me a diagram of the guts? i really want this to get up and running, thanks in advance.........Trey
Go to the following page and follow the instructions to check the shield ground on the head unit.
Temporary Shield Ground Repair
If the shield ground is OK, you may have a broken shield ground connection on the amp.
I'm not familiar with this amp so I would need at least one good photo of the insides to offer any specifics. You can email it to me if you can provide a high resolution image.
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