I have a visonic amp and i hooked up everything rite but it dosent come on at all the light dosent even come on but i kno everything is hooked up rite because i hooked up my other amp that comes on but on that the light comes on but no sound comes out my subs so i dont know what to do
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Re: my amp is not working
For the visonik, you should check your speakers. You can use a D-cell battery. Remove the speaker wires from the amp and connect each speaker across the battery (for no longer than a few seconds). The speaker should pop each time the wires are touched to the battery. If they don't, the speaker is defective (assuming the battery isn't dead).
If the speakers are OK, you need to confirm that you have a good signal feeding the amp. You can use the RCA cables from another working amp in the vehicle. Do this with the amp that had the power light lit.
If you have signal going to the amp and the speakers are OK, the only two things left are the power supply feeding the amp (from the battery) and the amp. If you have B+ and remote voltage AND a good ground, the amp is defective.
For the pyramid, the amplifier probably has shorted output transistors. The amplifier will have to be repaired.
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The stereo should have RCA pre-outs (line out - red and white). It might have a setting in the menu that turns the line-out on and off, so check for that as well. Run a cable from those outputs to the RCA inputs on your amp. Make sure your amp has power and is grounded properly (the 'remote' cable on your stereo should attach to the 'remote' or 'p.con' terminal on your amp. Hook up your speakers to the amp. Check the level setting on your amp if it has one (make sure it's not turned too far down or up). Check the fuse. Fire it up.
first thing check all ground and power wires and make sure ur rca wire make sure it isnt cut in anyway. after that unplug ur sub and unplug the negative wire from ur amp, while its out check the fuses on the amp if all is well put all fuses back if not get new. then plug the negative wire back in if protect goes off check for heat and if no heat inspect the wires from speaker out put all the way to the sub, look for any wire touching another this is were most problems are even the smallest wire can trip a protect. if u still cant find the problem. an amplifier specialist is in order.if its trashed go on ebay and buy a powerbass there goin cheap right now. hope i could help
yea u should as long everything is hooked up correctly ur sound will be great u dont need all that. all of those is because his pushing alot of power and a giant amp its most for that big amp. so yea hook it up and it should sound good
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