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Delay When I first get in the truck and I turn the radio on it takes the subs about 10 to 20 mins., for them to sound. There is power going to the amp. The LED light is on. All wires are connected correctly. What could be the problem?

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10 to 20 minutes? that sounds like a internal problem in the amp. I have never heard of a amp taking that long to start up, there is definatly a problem in the pre amp stage of the amplifier.

Posted on Mar 26, 2007

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