Question about Car Audio & Video
Protection light comes on the amp, what dose that mean??
Normally that means that you have a blown channel in the amp. Sometimes it can be triggered by a bad speaker. dis-connect your speakers and see if it still goes into protect. If it does not go into protect, yu amy only have a bad speaker. Get them checked to see if one is bad and then replace it with a good one. If the amp still goes into protect, you need to have your amp checked by a professional technician to have it repaired.
There is no way to tell just what is bad inside the amp or how much it will cost without having it checked properly. Sometimes these problems can be fixed for as little as $65 and other times it may cost over $200. It just depends on what is found to be the problem.
If I can be of any more help let me know. I have been repairing car and home audio equipment for nearly 18 years and can be very helpful.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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