Question about MTX Car Audio & Video
This problem is caused by one or more of your output devices (FET, Transistor, or IC) is shorted and causing the power rail to be connect through your speaker. Your amp boosts the 12v supply to a much higher +/- voltage rail which powers the amp's outputs. When the amp is shorted or overheated to a point of destruction you can end up with this problem.
It will need to be repaired by a technician.
Posted on Mar 04, 2015
SOURCE: Mtx TC-6001 Amps Problem
I had same problem with a TC6001 and get solution from MTX, not send to MTX instead MTX kindly sent a quotation for parts to be replaced, I can tell you what parts need to be replaced if you still need a solution.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: not a problem just a question
Wire your sub in bridged mode (4 ohm mono)
+ to + on amplifier
- to - on amplifier
(using bridging terminals)
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Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Even if there is no visible damage, it could be that one of the transistors is blown, Use a multimeter to check the resistance of the transistors.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
run two 6x8s on each of the front channels of the amp. then depending on the sub you can bridge it on the rear channels.only if its a single four ohm. if its a dual 2 ohm sub run each coil on each channel. 1 coil-1channel. the other coil-the other channel. amp should run fine may run a little hot since it will be doing all it can do at a safe ohm load. just make sure it is mounted in a well vented area. should be safe.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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