Question about Sony XM-1252GTR Car Audio Amplifier
I have a Sony XM-1252GTR. Everything was fine until one day when it was raining it kicked off. I noticed that the red light protector was on. I checked all my wires. I read the manual and it said to check my speaker wires and ground. I checked all ove them. Disconnected everything and reconnected. I even went and exchanged the amp for the same new one, and it still did the same. I then went and bought new speaker wire and nothing changed. I then thought something was wrong with my speakers. So I went and bought new subwoofers. Nothing changed. Still did the same thing. Red light still on. I'm totally stumped. Could it be my power wire, remote wire or head unit? I don't think it should be so complicated. Can you please help me out here?
Make sure ohm load is not too low, I think that amp is 2ohms/ch and 4ohms bridged minimum.
Posted on Oct 30, 2007
SOURCE: Sony XM-1252GTR Amplifier
Can it power the subs? Yes.
Can it make them crank? Well, that all depends on your expectations. That amp/sub combo is going to give each sub about 125W, which isn't much. But if it's what you have, it's better than nothing. You might also consider using only one sub and bridging the amp. This would put about 340W on the one sub, which is much more reasonable.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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