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By NirvalicaNovember 11, in Amplifiers. I was driving to a friends house down a bumpy paved neighborhood road with my music pretty loud but nothing louder then normal when my amp just turned off. The bass cut out and the light on the remote knob went out. I checked the fuses, power cable and ground. It all looks good, but it doesn't seem to be getting any power. So since it is working, I'm assuming the sundown must have contact in both places. I can't think of anything else that has happened besides the amp frying somehow There wasn't any smoke or smell.
My voltage isn't the best, but it The Night - Various - House For Sale Vol. 1 probably around 13v and I don't have the gain set too high. I set it a little lower then I could, so it wasn't even pushing full power.
Any ideas? Tomorrow I'm probably going to disconnect, clean, and reconnect all power and ground contact points to see if that fixes it. EDIT: I forgot to mention the amp turned off right when it went over a decent bump in the road, so I figured it knocked a wire loose. Maybe it knocked something inside the amp loose? My Youtube Page. Check it out. COM we're throwing dbdrag events very soon visit the website for details. The amp is under my seat. It's not mounted to anything, but it's pretty snug.
The gain is like halfway. I'm pretty sure my headunit has 2v outputs, which is probably less. I'll open it up tomorrow after school and take a few pictures. It's a new amp, only like 3 months old. I hope nothing inside came loose It's the SAZd The amp is nestled under the seat pretty well. It is about as wide and long as the open space under the seat, so it really can't move at all. It does have space for air and I have a computer fan under there to cool it off. But I hadn't been playing it too long at the time anyways, so it shouldn't have overheated plus, wouldn't it go into protect?
I'll just have to open it up tomorrow and see Nothing Left For Me - V.P.R. - Aural Assault I can see, I guess. Check your remote wire going into your sub amp. When you hit the bump it may have come loose and would cause your other amp to still work and the sub amp to shut off. That is a very easy fix and could possibly be what happend. Audio Control LC6i. Stock Deck.
The thing is, I have my remote going into the sub amp and then daisy chained to the other amp. So it's getting a remote signal. It's also what I run the fan on, and that thing spins when I turn the car on, but the amp won't turn Monsieur L Ordinateur - Elbonel - Je Vous Salue Ma Vie. Well, I figured out the problem.
The amp isn't getting power from the power wire for some Nothing Left For Me - V.P.R. - Aural Assault. First I touched the ground and the power together and nothing happened, so I cleaned the terminal and checked the fuse but still no power. I used a small piece of wire to jump from the remote to the power on the amp and the lights came on. So the amp is fine. I just need to figure Nothing Left For Me - V.P.R.
- Aural Assault why there isn't power running to the amp. Any ideas now? I'm probably going to try to clean the terminal some more and see if that helps, but if not, what else should I check?
I also checked the wire at the firewall and it doesn't look like there is any kind of damage to the wire jacket there, so I don't think it could be shorting out. I have a feeling it's a problem with the terminal Search In.
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