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Red thermal light on
well id say you have cooked your amp and or subs they can only take beatings for so long. show it no mercy it gives it back,does amp smell do subs smell borrow amp see if subs are ok if so it will be your amp.new one .keep the gain down??
on Dec 18, 2014
Amp shut off has power
how many subs are you running on this amp, and how many ohms are they. if the are bridged, try hooking up stereo and see if the problem still occurs. make sure your scrape off all the paint where the amp is grounded to the frame which should be less than a few feet. i'd also recommend running at least a 4ga wire for both your power and ground.
on Jan 31, 2011
My punch 550.2 amplifier's thermal light is turning on and off
well, hopefully the amplifier was wired correctly. But either way there are so many factors that can cause this problem... But the biggest one is the amplifier must have been sending some distortion to your subwoofers which a subwoofer can take a certain level of distortion and be fine but too much will blow any subwoofer even the highest of high end subs at a high volume... when your subs hit the point of blowing they will tend to just blow out one at a time... they don't just pop both right away. I'd say get the sub that isn't blown off off of the amp before it blows too... distortion is clipping most of the time... when you destroy the subs it will eventually work it's way to the next component in the system which is your amp and then you will be out an amplifier and subs. save yourself the headache.......
on Dec 13, 2009
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