20 Most Recent Alpine 600W Class D Mono MOSFET Amplifier with Adjustable Crossover Questions & Answers


You can use any providing you can determine the max voltage in the device and the polarity.
If the capacitor in the unit has a wire out of each end and both ends have indents then it's a non-polar type.
Speaker capacitors for tweeters tend to be around 2uf.
The Voltage of the capacitor should be bigger than any voltage in the device.

Alpine 600W... | Answered on Feb 16, 2009


Where was the smell coming from? The amp or the sub?

Do you have an ohmmeter to check to see if the sub's voice coils are still intact? Can you try driving the subs with another source to verify they are ok? We need to eliminate the variables here.

If the subs are okay then it's obvious that the problem is in the amp. I'm not sure if there are any protection devices internal to the amp, but I am sure if you remove the cover from the amp and if it was amp that was producing the burnt smell, you'll have no trouble visually identifying where the problem is in the amp. Most likely you'll find a part that is discolored or black & burned.

Usually a smell like this from a solid state device indicates a component has been overheated and if run long enough in this condition will fail.

- Jim


- Jim

Alpine 600W... | Answered on Jul 07, 2008


Have you checked that both earphone speakers aactua Work? If they are not expensive ones, you may have bought a did set.

Alpine Audio... | Answered on Dec 03, 2014


What are you asking, I would repost with more info so somebody can help you.

Alpine Audio... | Answered on Oct 23, 2014


Hi i think this is what you are looking for, takes a while to load but checked and its the full instruction manual.

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Alpine Audio... | Answered on Mar 15, 2014


Fuses blow like this due to an overload. The cause being a semi-conductor such as an IC or transistor acting like it was a piece of wire. The most common cause is a shorted output transistor(s) in the main amp. But the power supply can't be ruled out. If you have an ohmmeter then a shorted device will be easy to spot. As it will be just like you have touched the probes together when a part (even in circuit) is tested.

Alpine Audio... | Answered on Jan 18, 2011


Try cleaning the switch with Servisol Video 40 (see image). It could just be dirt.
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Alpine Audio... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010

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