Question about Alpine MRD-M1000 Car Audio Amplifier
You're drawing a ton of power from the car's electrical system. Get a stiffening capacitor and put it in on the amp's main power cable. If you're draining the car that badly, make sure to get at least a 1 farad cap, bigger if you can, and until you do, turn the gain down and don't run so much bass - you'll kill your battery in the meantime.
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The biggest thing is you have grown more accustomed to the strong bass. And your driving it harder. The battery and length/size of the + and - power cable cannot fully fill this order. This is why the capacitor are hitting the market. Get you a 1 Farad capacitor and install it to see the diff.
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