Question about BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS CW3500D Car Amp
Speakers can not handle the load so the coil in the speakers heat up and shut off your amp.
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It sounds like the output transistors have failed. Disconnect all of the speakers from the amp and power it up. If it still goes into protection, an output has almost certainly failed.
To repair it yourself, you'd have to find the defective one, purchase the replacement parts and replace the parts in the circuit board.
This type of damage is often caused by driving an ohm load lower than that recommended by the manufacturer.
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