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I got a Alpine CDA-9856 car cd player. When I turn it from radio to CD or Ipod it turn my amp off.

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Do you have another amp other than the one built into the head unit?

try checking all of the wiring and make sure the RCA cables are connected.

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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