Question about Audio Players & Recorders
SOUNDS LIKE YOUR OVER LOADING
OR YOU HAVE 1 WIRE SPEAKER WIRE AROUND THE WRONG WAY
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
Hi there if the sound cuts out after a few seconds and then if you turn it back on again if it does the same you might have a few problems ,,
make sure you are not overloading with to many speakers
make sure all positives are to positive and negatives are to negatives
make sure the unit is not over heating or getting to hot make sure it has room to circulate the hot air
and also check the wiring for any breaks or rips that could be touching each other to make it shutdown
when it cuts out its going into safe mode to prevent further damage one of those will defintly be your problem good luck with it hope this helps
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