Question about MA Audio EHO152 15" 5000 Watts Subwoofer Car Speaker
It sounds like you've got too little impedance on it. How are the speakers wired? Are they in series (one speaker per channel) or are they in parallel (speaker 1 neg wire hooked up to channel 2, and speaker 2 neg wire hooked up to channel 1)? Or do you have a single speaker bridged (pos wire on one channel, neg wire on the other)? Often, an amp going into protection is a result of too much current draw, which happens when you're running a 2-ohm load on an amp that isn't rated to handle that (many are only OK at 4-ohms, which you'd have with series wiring). Let me know how you have the speakers wired and we'll go from there.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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