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Amp clickin on and off

Thanx for all your help your advice was a great help here in later months i will in stall a second battry and put in a capacitor just for my stereo equipment i'm makein a show car u can go to cardomain.com and search 98nightstalker to seen what i've done so far once again thankx

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Sweet ride. Sucks about the left side.

This is my baby. A '75 Dually Blazer.

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Glad I could help.

Your problem is still classified as unsolved. If you get a moment could you close it out (and of course click on that rating thing)

Thanks,
Mike

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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Had a similar problem, mine was a power problem.
Power meaning voltage.
Those big bass speakers draw lots of power. My original alternator couldn't keep up.

Question: Do your headlights dim in rhythm to the bass hits?

If so, your sound system wants more power than your vehicle is producing.

My first solution was a high output alternator. It worked great.

Then I added another amp. Not great anymore.

My second solution was to tie in a large capacitor to the amps power supply. (These a big (1 farad), about the size of a Pringles can)

Your amps power consumption is not uniform. Each time your amp punches the bass, it draws extra power. If that power isn't available, it starves and shuts down (if only for a second) then restarts.

The higher the gain, especially using a low pass filter, the more power needed for each thump. Thats why when you turn the bass down, you can get higher volume from the rest of the system.

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In this application, the capacitor acts like an auxiliary battery, smoothing out power fluxuations. The capacitor builds up its charge literally between bass hits when power demand is low. Then releases it's charge when the demand is high. Think of it as an on-demand power boost.

Hope this helped

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