Question about Sony Xplod Car Audio Amplifier XM-DS1300P5 - 800 Watts Mono Amplifier Car Audio Amplifier
It could be the wiring. Sony amps will go into protection if the ohm is to low. They usually like to see 4 ohm or higher. Unplug your speaker wires and see if it still stays in protection. If it does could be an internal thing in the amp. If it isn't rewire subs in series not parallel.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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