Question about Planet Audio VX4002 Car Audio Amplifier
The red protection light still cimes on what should i do
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
More than likely, your speakers are wired up in such a manner that they are creating more resistance than what the amp can handle. That's usually what puts amps into protect mode.
Car speakers should be 8ohm's resistance, but if you're bridging and running a dual voice-coil sub or two subs in series... you could have inadvertedly wired it up so the amp is seeing 4 or 16 ohms of resistance? (depending on which way you went)
Try removing the speaker wire completely, then turn the amp/car on and see if it still goes into protect.
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