Sounds like u have fried your amp. U didn't mention if u had speakers hooked 2 the amp. If u do, disconnect them and c if the problem persists. If it doesn't, u may have crossed speaker wires or fried speakers. I f it doesn't ur amp is more than likely fried. Sounds like that clicking noise could be the output circuit protection switching on and then off when it detects a short or problem.
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you probably have a blown sub(s) that short out when the volume is turned up. it would be a good idea to find out which one(s) is bad and replace it. sooner or later it may make the amp go bad if not replaced or removed.
Hi the protection light comes on when there is a problem within the amps. circuitry. Generally speaking the protection light normally comes on when powered up while the amp checks all of its voltage rails so that they all lie within a specific tolerance, when all have been verified to be in spec. then the protect light goes out & the power light comes on. If the protect light stays on then a fault exists within it's circuitry. Cheers, acbva.
Outputs are fried. Try disconnecting your speakers and see if it still goes into protection mode. If it does then you
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Reset the amplifier using the manufacturers specified method. Usually this is just power down briefly and then back up. I usually pull the amp fuse and make sure all LED's on the amp go out. Wait 10 seconds, and then put the fuse back in.
If the LED comes back on when you reconnect power, without the HU being on, you've got a bad amp.
If the LED does not come back on after reset, then check for short circuits on the speaker leads. Still leaving everything off, from the amp terminals, remove both wires to a specific speaker and check for shorts.
Protection usually means that there is a short some where. If it is inside the amp or external I couldn't tell you. You could check the fuse to make sure that isn't blown. I had a Memphis amp that blew both fuses and the protection light came on. I swapped out the fuses and worked fine, still works. If you have a multimeter set it to OHMs and check the resistance between the power terminals. It should be very high. If these things don't work then there is most likely something wrong with the amp or your power termination. I wasn't able to find a lot of information on this amp but if it has screw type terminals, did you use terminals. If you just put the wires in the terminals make sure there wasn't loose strands touching. I hope you can get this one. -Andrew Hawkins
Grab yourself a test light and make sure that not only the 12v red power wire is putting out power but the thin blue or 12 volt turn on wire is also showing power. Then test the ground terminal and make sure u have a good ground. If that doesnt work try checking the amps fuses and check the fuse and connection on the battery. If everything checks out ok and the problem persists then put a small test speaker to the channel outputs and make sure that u are getting noise from those channels if you dont get any noise then u most likely have bad outputs and blown channels, you will need a new amp. Good luck, hope i was good help.
No, this amp is not a heavy power consumer- matter of fact it takes very little power to run.Maybe you should check the fuses on the amp to see if they are what is recommended.Also check your fuse kit to your amp- your fuse might not be big enough.If neither works take it back where u got it.