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My legacy red series 2 la770

I have a legacy amp for my subs in my car. it is a la770 500w x 2ch. it just started randomly and what it does is when i turn it on, the protect light comes on VERY dimly and it puts out a very loud rumble constantly till i turn it off? what is the problem and how do i fix it????

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Anonymous

You probibly have a bad RCA cable that happend to my on my brand new MTX thunder amp, try that or else move your ground to a dif. spot in the car or add another ground, also make shur your RCA cables are on the opp side of the power because they magnetic power ran through the power cables can distort and some time dammape your subs.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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Anonymous

Buy a new amp!

Posted on Sep 06, 2007

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