Question about AudioBahn A8002T Car Audio Amplifier
Audiobahn Sub: AW1206T & Amp: A8002T subwoofer extra noise/pop i have also posted this under the subwoofer page since i did not know which part of my system is malfunctioning now i dont know if its from the amp or not but amp light is on & ther is no short circuit or anything like that.... the sub was working fine till 2 days ago when my little brother needed the trunk space since he was moving n using my car... now what can this be... i have turned my system off since then to prevent any possible further damage... can somebody please help me with this? It does sumtimes stay silent or sumtimes makes noise by itself according to vehicle shakes, noises, moves on the road... but its pretty weird... after i first got into my car after the change... the sound n beat level sounded a lil weird n sub sounds like its a cheap sub now... its makin bad pops thnx
Check connections on remote wire to amplifier check all positive wire connections
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Pls help me what is the problem of my Peavey powered mixer model XR-696F. after few sec. on the left channel has pop pop sound, it seems frying. the right channel is okay. my speaker no problem because i have already interchange by putting the R-chl speaker to L-speaker. the problem still the same. hope you will help me coz this quite expensive unit which I bought last year jan. '08.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Most of the time when a high power amplifier starts making noise not all the time but every once in a while or even all the time its the ground, if the amp turns on its not the power cable. try moving your ground to a different location or try using double grounds. the better the ground the better the sound. and as for turn on pops, put a toggle switch inline on your rem wire and turn it on after the car is started.
Posted on Oct 04, 2006
Check all the wiring. It could be a loose connection since it's intermitent. Really pay attention to the power cable, both the end for the amp and the one that's going to the battery cable.
Posted on Sep 11, 2006
SOURCE: AudioBahn A2300HCT no sound
Generally, if the amplifier smokes, the power supply FETs have failed.
Many times, the output transistors fail and that causes the power supply FETs to fail.
Audiobahn won't release schematics. The amplifiers are relatively simple and a schematic isn't generally required.
If you know how to check the transistors, check them to determine the severity of the damage. If you don't know how to check them, read through the following page following all links provided.
Basic Amplifier Repair
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
Let's measure some voltages. If you have a DMM measure the DC voltage at your amps power supply input. If much less than 10 volts I would suspect you may have possibly damage your power wire. When you have a lot of current flowing through a wire the resistance will change and cause a larger voltage to drop across that wire. Having to low of an input voltage is a trigger mode for some amplifiers to go into protection. Let me know what you find and we can go from there.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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