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If your are certain that you have a signal going to the imputs of your amp and you are certain that the speakers are OK and you have not turned the gain control all the way down then that just leaves a fried amp. Good luck.

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your car has a light

Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on Sep 22, 2011


You cannot set the amp to someone else's listening ear. You need to turn the volume to a normal listening level for you, and then make the adjustments from there. Another option would be to take it to a shop that has access to an RTA and have them make the adjustments for you. They will usually charge you for that though.

Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on Apr 23, 2011


Sorry,after rereading your problem,I gave a wrong answer.Do you have the deck sub RCA pre-amps connected to the amp,then the wires from the amp to the sub?If you do,you need to check what the sub and amp are rated as such as,peak or rms.They are 2 completely different meanings.Greg

Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on Feb 11, 2011


If you have checked all the fuses.
Trace your ground wire that goes to the frame. It may be possible your ground is no longer grounded properly. You may just need to unhook the fuse from the battery, Unhook the ground wire from the chassis and restrip, put on a new connector, chisel off the paint around where the amp was grounded to and tighten it back down. Hook back up your fuse to the battery and check and see if it removes the protect light.
Also check to make sure your RCA cables aren't bad. If the RCA cables ground it'll put the amp into protect mode too. Basically just switch out the RCA cables for a good pair.
If the remote wire on the amp is touching the ground, it'll throw the protect light too. That's pretty much the extent, unless the amp has a short inside it.

Hope this helps!

Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on Jul 27, 2010


not a good idea-its made to run bass- plus its a mono amp- so you would lose stereo separation-but if your mind is set on it....do what you gotta do and good luck

Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on Jan 16, 2010


I don't think either, I believe your running theamp load too low with too low an ohm speakers and this cases the amp to produce more power but not stable and it overheats and the thermal protection cuts the amp off when the temp gets too hot to prevent damage.. Make sure your speakers depending on how they are wired do not exceed the amps load rating

Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on Oct 27, 2009


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Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on Jun 10, 2009


That is a code to inform you of an issue, and to help direct you to a particular area of concern

HOT & E-1 = both for heat issue

E-2 = for a voltage issue

E-3 = for a current issue.

While yours is a current issue, that reflects a problem with your input or output signal pairs. You should disconnect the subs at the amp, then operate the unit as normal to see if the code reappears. This is the start of your process of elimination, where as you will be able to determine the general location of the issue, weather it is before - internal - after the amp, hence If after the subs were disconnected, the code did not return then it would be obvious that you should focus on the subs and their signal pairs. troubleshooting in small increments until the issue is discovered.

Hope this helps...Good luck
Aduz

Alpine MRD-M500... | Answered on May 10, 2009


Hello eklypss2000,

According to the manual for the Alpine CDE-102, the message "DC ERROR" is displayed if there is a short to ground in the speaker wiring. Check all of your speaker wires and make sure that no bare wire is shorting against the vehicle metal or against other wires. Repair or replace the wire as necessary. After correcting the problem, set POWER IC to "POW ON" according to the instructions in your manual.

Hope this helps.

Alpine Car Audio... | Answered on Feb 04, 2021


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