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If I had to guess by touching the positive and the negative terminals together it probably fried up the transistors. While back I did the same to my amp and poof amp no longer worked. Took the amp apart to find the transistors fried up. Ordered them from the manufacturer but never installed them, ended up buying a new amp. Mainly, replacing the amp doesn't mean it would fix the problem....
Yes!!!!!!!!!! Your remote wire is what tells your amplifier to turn on and off it won't work without it. Assuming your stereo headunit is an after market unit it has the correct wire for this. what you have to do is pull out you headunit, and in the back of the headunit where all the wires plug into your unit there is blue wire with a white stripe. this is the remote turn on wire. connect a wire to that blue n white wire and run it back to your amp, insert it into to the spot marked remote. turn your head unit on and your amp will power up... if you have all the rca cables hooked up your amp should be ready to go.... btw good choice on the amp, kenwood is the way to go!
hello sound to me you may have burnt the main power wire to the body or other metal on the car .. if i was you i would first check the fused if there not popped trace the wire from the battery to the amp see if you can find a burnt spot on the wire it should have a burnt spot on the ajasent part of the car.. untell you find that wire it will drain your battery "try to disconnect the amp wire from the battery recharge or jump start your car run your car for 20 mins" that should fix your car... email@example.com if you have questions
New amp sounds messed up... grounds are bad and sometimes the amp tries to draw power but cant... So it immediately goes to protect... All jacked up... Audio specialist could help... Repair shop if local ..
Yes there is!!! I have that same amp and what probably happened to you happened to me, if you seen some black smoke or smelled like something was burning then heres what you do, Remove the cover under the bottom of the amp, there are alot of little screws so dont lose them!!!, you will see a wire that look like it ws fried and it will be broke apart, so get you a GOOD sautering iron and sauter the wire back together is you cant get it to sauder back then just take a piece of wire and tie the two broken pieces together and then your amp should work again!!
There is a bridge rectifier and red and black wires jumping from preamp tube to preamp tube. These need to be resoldered, take it to your favorite pro audio service center. I'm doing this to the same amp right this minute!
Send it to me, I'll fix it.
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I have a Digital Audio model-DA2200W, Was listening to my tunes loud as always....then the subs quit bumpin...checked the subs cuz i thought i blew em...theyre fine...The power on the amp is still on...green light and all..just no output..I opened it up to see if anything looked burnt looks fine...is it toast or can i fix it??