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BlitzSix 09-28-2006 01:11 AM

Why is my amp fucked?
 
Yeah so I'm bumping my gino beats and then my subs go out.

Amp still turns on. I thought the subs were blown but I tested my amp on another (working) sub and it didin't work so it's the amp for sure.


What could it be?

paul christians 09-28-2006 07:59 AM

It is the deck pre outs........test the deck with another amp and go from there....

gtrm3 09-29-2006 12:16 AM

I dont know what kind of amp u have but if u wanna check if there is ne out put coming out of the amp then hook up the AC voltmeter to the +ve and _ve of the amps output to the subwoofer. make sure u have the deck on and a bass cd playing at like 1/2 the max out put volume. it shoukd show a reading of say 5 to 60 volts depending on the amp and the gain sensitivity.

koncise 09-29-2006 05:24 PM

its rebelling against your music.... and I thank him

propr'one 09-29-2006 10:03 PM

come by tomorrow, we'll check it with the voltmeter. Fuses prolly

Justin e36 09-30-2006 06:39 AM

Amp would not turn on if it was the fuses.

1. Check the amp pre-out cables, is sound being delivered to your amp? If not, the problem is with your deck, or the wiring from the deck to the amp.

2. If there is sound going to your amp, then check if sound is being delivered from your amp to your subs or another speaker. If not, then problem is now isolated to your amp.

3. Check the fuses, ensure the gain is turned up, and all connections are solid. (remove/ground/etc.)

4. If this doesn't solve the problem, the amp itself is probably damaged and will need to be repaired ot replaced.

BlitzSix 10-06-2006 12:34 PM

Okay thanks guys. Yeah I don't think it's the deck because it suddenly happened while i was driving on the highway with my alpine in the 240, and then I connected it to the civic (jvc deck) and still same thing.

Ivan thanks for the offer i'll def. come by :)

BlitzSix 10-14-2006 07:51 PM

OKay, I need help again. I got a new amp and it's still screwed...

This is basically what happened....I was driving in the 240 (alpine deck) and the subs suddenly stopped working. I didn't have time to bother with them so I just pulled them out. Then, I parked the 240 and decided to put the subs in the civic (very old JVC deck).

So I go and connect it all up (I used the same wiring as the 240), and hope that it will work for some reason. It doesn't.

I then buy a cheap sub ($15) to test because I thought the subs were blown (since amp turns on). It still doesn't work (but said sub works 100% I checked it on my buddies system).

So then I posted here, and thought it was probably the amp so I bought an amp just now (used..).

It still doesn't work. I pulled out the deck and ****ed with it a bit and it still didn't work. BUT I tried something. I stuck the 2 wires that go form the deck the amp in the "speaker" section isntead of the "subwoofer" section. That worked! My sub was playing mids lol.

Now, this process of elimination leads me to belive that the sub out on the deck is ****ed (since sub, wiring, and amp are ok..)...BUT that's not really possible either since it stopped working with the alpine :( and I really doubt that the sub out wiring would just fail ont he alpine AND this deck (the alpine is only 5 monhts old).

Any ideas??? I'm thinking of trying the alpine on the civic but it's a hassle to keep re wiring and I'm getting quite frustrated and it's probably not gonna work still so I'd appreciate other ideas.

Thanks

BMW03 10-23-2006 01:32 PM

Im not sure, you gotta get paul for this one, but if you have a voltmelter, or something to test for current/power, then with the deck on test the sub outputs. This is only an idea that I can think of, but I am not sure if this will tell you if the deck is broken.


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