Okay do you guys know of any way to help prevent an amplifiers speaker output from going out?
Back in the day I remember buying an earthquake amplifier and in the instructions manual under speaker wiring to the amp they showed a fuse on the + side of the speaker wire?? I believe it was like 10a or 20a fuse
I recently put in a DD M45 amp 500x1 and in 3 days the output was gone then I put in another DD M45 both new, and in 1 day the output was dead? Then I put in a new crossfire 600d a week later no output but this time 1 sub was burnt out the other sub was fine, so I put 2 new subs D4 down to 1ohm and no out put i guess when that 1 sub blew the output went too? what the hell 3 new amp
Help me please.
DD said that the power supply to both new M45 amp were blown I asked how this is possible they said the gain was a bit low? and that the customer probably put to much boost or loudness through the stereo and blew the power supply.
I dont get it all 3 amps showed a green light still just the output went out I dont get it