My amp just died and its not even a day old, it was brand new and everything was hooked up right i was just in the middle of a song and it just blanked out i tried absolutely everything and it wasnt being overdriven and it was not at a low impedence i changed fuses and checked every connection my LED wont even come on.
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Some amps will not power up internally if u donot have remote wire. Also if u connect power then remote wire it will not power up until u reconnect in correct order. But if all that is ok. Than u have a bad amp
You are on the right track. It's not the amp, but it is the rca wires. When you have them plugged into the stereo, you can touch them together and it will make the same sounds you described also, though I don't recommend doing that! Rca wires can be weird sometimes but usually I replace them with new ones. Even a brand new set of cheap ones will do the same thing sometimes. The noise you here is causes by either a small short in the wiring, running the rca's to close to the power wire for the amp (or any other power wire for that matter), and sometimes you can buy a grounding kit for them that is fairly cheap that will help. Most of the time for me, it was just the connections, but replacing them basically took me through all these steps at once. Just remember, you still have a chance that your head unit is the cause by the connections getting old and wore out on the inside. Hope this helps!
take the positive on the sub and run a wire to the other positive the run a negative to the other negative then to your pos and neg on the box do the same on the other side then tie your two positives and two neg together and you got 1ohm and that amp willl handle it all day
Possibly you need to return the amp and get a new one cause that could mean an internal problem and its deffective, you could try replacing the fuses or try changing the ground wire, this problem is very unusual