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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1) Make sure the amp is properly connected to +12V power source. 2) Make sure the amp is grounded well, directly to metal - if you have a voltmeter, an easy way to check the first two is to see if there are 12 volts across the power and ground wires. 3) Make sure the speaker output wires aren't touching each other. If none of these are the case, there is an internal problem with the amp and it should be serviced or replaced.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
SOURCE: car audio amp in protection mode
If you power up the amp with the RCAs plugged in, does it go into protection mode.
If you power up the amp with the RCAs plugged in, does the woofer pop?
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
I haven't been able to locate any support information online about your product, other than the email contact for support questions:
If the amp stays in protect mode all of the time, I would suspect a short in the speaker wiring or speaker(s) voice coil(s), or perhaps a faulty ground. If it plays for a short period of time and then goes into protect mode, it is most likely overheating. First check all of the wiring. Test your speakers on a known good amp and make sure there are no places in your wiring where the insulation may have been damaged, causing an intermittent problem.
Many owners have reported that this particular amp has a tendency to overheat. Also, when run in bridged mode, the speaker impedance needs to be at least 4 ohms. It will overheat if the impedance is below 4 ohms.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
under powering your subs and overheating your amp or postive and neg speaker leads are touching and ifyour running it bridged then your really making the amp heat up. and also try putting a larger gauge power lead and shorten you ground wire to 16 inch or less and uping the gauge wire also could slove the problem ,power and ground are the most importiant thig for your stero you need addiquet power and ground for your amps.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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