ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS.. MY AMP FOR THE SUB SHUTS OFF SOMETIMES, THEN I SHUT OFF THE RADIO AND IT SEEMS TO RESET ITSELF AND WORKS FINE.CAN THIS BE THE END OF MY SUB'S LIFELINE?
MY OTHER AMP FOR THE INTERIOR SPEAKERS WORKS FINE AND REMAINS ON.
THIS ONLY HAPPENS PERIODICALLY NOT ALL THE TIME.
i have a kenwood kac8130d amp, and for some reason my speakers which are L7 kickers will play then cut out and play and cut out so you hear the bass for about 5 seconds then it cuts out and then cuts back in please help i dont no what to do , i changed the rca wires the remote wire and i have the ground hooked up well the power wire connected to the battery the subs hooked up to the amp no wires are touching. help help help
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make sure it's well ventilated. If there's no air flow, then there is no way of cooling down and to protect itself it will shut off. Make sure the speakers are wired correctly as per amp specs. too many subs or subs connected improperly can draw too much current and shut the amp off, but you will notice this when you turn up the volume to a certain point and the amp shuts down.
for the past month i have been shopping for the perfect home theater system and have narrowed it down to a bose system,a sony system and a paramax p510...i have listened to all 3 systems and have found the paramax to be the better system not a cheaper system but seem more bang for my buck at 3200$,a very powerful tube amp and downfiring sub maxes out at 2000 watts...
First check the speaker wire from the amp to the sub, see if it's connected right. Second check the rca cables that goes from your amp to the back of the deck. I f both wires are still connected fine try to replace the rca cables. If it still doesn't work the rear out put at the back of your deck, where the rca's are connected are bad. FYI deck is bad.
The person(s) who hooked up your system made a boo boo. They wired your remote turn on lead to the power antenna lead instead of the amp turn on line (both are blue and easy to mix up). Thus when your radio is on it sends a signal to the amp and the amp turns on, but when you set to CD the signal goes away and your amp shuts down. Easy fix, just re-wire the amp turn on lead and the problem will be fixed.
Assuming that you have no sound from any speaker (hardwired and amplified from the phono/RCA output)
I think it could be a fault introduced by your sub install.
Have you tried unplugging the phono lead to the sub?
If the phono lead has a short in it, it may effect the entire system.
It could also be down to heat or lack of power.
Have you got adequate thickness of cable and a high enough rating of fuse?