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    Sep 2007

    Amplifier turns off

    Okay my head unit is a 200w (50w per channel at 4 channels) which is only pushing my 4 front tweeters (only 2 channels im using on those cuz they are still stock). My Amplifier is 1000w 4 channel (250w per channel) which is handling 4 speakers.. 2 front door and 2 rear. The front door is 350w each and the rear is 700w each. At first the Head unit was turning off when i took the volume pass 8 but my volume goes up to 30. that was happening because my battery was dying and the car was off. I jumped the battery and had the car running.. the Head unit stays on but now the amplifier goes off. What could be the problem??

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    This forum is dedicated to CarPCs and installing them in your car.

    The car audio forum is dedicated to integrating your car audio system with your CarPC.

    For specific questions related to car audio equipment systems that do not include CarPCs, I would recomend checking out car audio specific forums:
    et. al.

    There is a chance that someone on here might have an answer for you, I would just hate for you to wait around for it when I know you could get an answer much quicker on a dedicated forum.

    Good luck.
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