Question about Soundstream XTA720.4 Car Audio Amplifier
All electronics have a recommended operating temperature range. This information can be found in your instruction manual.
Here is a possible remedy to your problem. Condensation forms when air temperature is cold AND there is moisture in the air. Protect your amp from this moist environment, and you're less likely to encounter condensation issues. You did not mention where the amplifier is located, so i will assume that it is in the most common installation area - the trunk. Is your trunk sealing properly? Do you have any standing water in the trunk or water leaking into the trunk? If so, correct this and you should be fine. Otherwise, installing a small fan near the amp can draw moisture away from it and help dry this air out - thus preventing condensation from forming.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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