Question about Visonik V408XT 250W x 2 Car Amp Car Audio Amplifier
I read others about breaking down the amp do to overheating, but the amp goes into protect with just the remote and ground wire in (not even 12+). The only way I get it to work is having a wire run from the 12+ to the remote, but it sounds like ****. The (white) power button flashes when playing, is this thing really 400 rms because my HiFonics pushed this one 10" sub hard and this is about 15% of that. Any idea of what the problem is please let me know.
P.S. I had the remote,ground, and 12+ professionally installed and worked fine on my other amp before I blew a power circuit (I believe)
DUDE CHECK UR WIRE .... AND INSIDE UR AMP THERE MIGHT B A SHORT CIRCUIT OR UR AMP GROUND PLUG INSIDE MUST BURNT OUT
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
SOURCE: My system is running hot!!!!!
your subs are the problem, not your amp, your wiring your subs paralelle, means dropping input ohmage, allowing your amp to over heat with minimal load, check the amp specs for running at low ohms, most hifonics amps are rated 2 ohms and higher, some however will run at 1 ohm, only on class b-a amps though.(competition) dropping ohmage will allow the amp to push more power to the voice coils, however the voice coils may not be rated for 1 ohm power, what ohmage are your coils rated at? do you have a min. of 100 amp inline fuse on your 1-0 awg wire? do you have internal fans? you can add mosfets to the amp but if you do so, you'll have to re-program your amps mother board.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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