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    Boss 4 Channel Mosfet Bridgeable Car Audio Amplifier help needed

    I got a Amplifier a week ago and it is giving me no protection ,no powerlight.
    Just The Boss Logo is having light.Plz i need help.Anybody know what is the problem.

    It happened when i was driving my car and listening song in a hot day and when i checked the amp one fuse was blown.After changing that fuse no power.Before it was ok.

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    Does the power line to the battery have a separate fuse? I would check to see.

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    No bro it does not have a separate fuse.
    Only The fuses which are on amp are there

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    ^ also check the wires with a volt meter to make sure there is voltage where there's supposed to be.

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    Yes todat i also checked the wires for the voltages and there is voltage in every wire like battery terminal has 12V Remote Wire has 5V and ground is also good.

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    Unless i'm missing something your remote line should have 12v as well.
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    ^yup.

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    Hafza you need a fuse no further then 12 inches from the battery to protect the wire to the amp
    . If you get a short somewhere in the middle it could start a fire and burn your car to the ground.
    It may not fix your amp but it could save your car.

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    Sorry to thread jack but I need some Sub help fast. I currently have a Kenwood KDC-X395 HU, with a 1500 watt BOSS Phantom amp pushing 2 12" Kicker Cvr's in a ported box. I just bought 2 15" BOSS Onyx and I am building my own box. These new subs are 4 ohm. If I wire them down to 1 ohm, can i still push them at the same amount of power? My Kickers are rated at 1600 watts max which is what I am pushing them at. The Boss are rated 6k I was going to run them with a 5000 watt Boss Phantom amp. Please help!!

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    is the amp 1 ohm stable?


    also, you should realise that every time you drop the ohms, you loose some clarity for sheer output. why not just run them at 8 ohms and be done with it?

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