Question about Legend LA1490 - American Legacy Series 2 - 1400 Watt High Performance 2 Channel Amplifier Car Audio Amplifier
I have two 12" mtx subs rated at 300 rms each and i cant turn the gain up more than a quarter turn with out blowing a fuse. i had the subs previously hooked up to a 2500xs pheonix gold amp but its overheating as well as popping fuses, any advice would be helpful everything is hooked up properly
The most common reason for an amp (in good working order) to blow fuses is a speaker load that's impedance is too low. You may need to rewire your speakers.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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