Hi, whenever my cd player gets up to a certain volume it cuts out as if it cant handle it, i've never had this problem before it has just started occuring. I have it plugged into my pc. Can anyone help???
I had the same problem (sound was cutting out and a higher volume on the CD and radio). I took the advice given (check the wiring) and sure enough the wires from one speaker into the amplifier had been incorrectly attached. I have changed them now and so far so good.
We also had this same problem, make sure all speaker wires are correctly connected and have no breaks as any wire problems will cause amplifier to cut out. The system works fine now and also plays from the pc without any cut off. Hope this helps.
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In stereo terms your system is "clipping" which means you are pulling more amps than the system can handle. If it happens only when you use the mixer, I'm thinking the mixer cant handle the power. Check the specs, It should show maximum amp input.
Sometimes an amplifier's preamp can't handle certain signals/frequencies at a high gain, so they cut out. Bass guitars are especially prone to giving such a strong signal. I bought an older, nonworking bass amp recently and fixed it just to find it had the same problem. Best solution is to put a low ohm resistor at the amps input, but if you turn your guitar down to half volume it'll have the same effect: should prevent it from cutting out.
it may be the cords from behind the panel that have come loose or that the cd playing unit itself if gone. If you know how to, take out the head unit and disconnect and reconnect the cables/ cords the unit and see if that helps at all...because of rough road/ driving it could have loosened them enough just to cut out certain things on the unit.
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