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My sub and speakers wired into my amp keep cutting in and out as i play an ipod cd or radio and i checked all my wiring and found no bad conectoins or rips could it be my amp that is the problem

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Yes it may be your amp check all your connections on your amp and make sure its not over heating also this is a problem to, make sure the battery has enough power to run the amp it might be lacking on power

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