Question about Pyramid PB681X Car Audio Amplifier
You didn't say how long it ran before it quite and I assume the red light you are refering to is the protection circuit engaged light and not the power on light. But from the info you did provide, I'd say that it sounds like you may have blown some of the main output transistors/MOSFET's. If so, it's time for a trip to the repair shop. Sorry, for the bad news. If just turning your car on caused the outputs to fry, then I wouldn't be surprised to find that you have either bridged the speakers wrong or by some means you have put the wrong speaker load on the outputs. Ask someone who knows what they are doing, if you have your speaker loading correct. This person might not be a car stereo installer as sometimes they don't know how to load an amp correctly, especilly when it comes to bridging. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 30, 2006
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