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Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Dec 27, 2009


More than likely a blown output transistor. Phoenix can send you a schematic for that if you email their tech support. Be careful if you decide to work on it yourself.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Dec 15, 2009


Negative a any amp that is 60.1 or 1500.1 whatever it is .1 is a mono amp and needs no bridging. Some mono amps are set up like a 2 channel but they aren't bridgable they just add more options for wiring each individual sub to the amp...

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Dec 13, 2009


I assume the fuse is blowing as a result. It could be many things... I would first check that it is the amp causing the short and not the wiring going to or from the amp. If it is in the amp it could be a capacitor or power transistor shorting. Pretty hard to say for sure without faultfinding the circuits. Hardly worth doing these days as the repair is cost prohibitive.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Aug 25, 2009


Hello www_wallyeva,

The most likely causes for an amp to go into protection, is a short or ground on the output terminals.

Remove the speaker wires and see if the amp powers up normally. Check the speaker wires and voice coils with a multimeter to locate a short or ground.

Hope this helps.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Aug 19, 2009


is any wires touching like in the speaker or @ the speaker or amp

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Nov 17, 2008


First, rule out problems with the wiring to the speakers. Disconnect the speaker wires to the amp. Get a AAA battery. Hold one of the wires to the negative side of the battery and lightly grace the other wire across the positive side. You should be able to hear something like pops and scratches coming from the speakers. Do this for all the speaker wires and wire-tie each pair.

Phoenix Gold Car... | Answered on Nov 15, 2008


There is a reset button on face or behind detachable that requires a pin point to press 90% of the time this is a fix

Car Audio &... | Answered 9 hours ago


My car (2005 Honda CRV) was shipped overseas and the radio asked for a code. After several tries, I searched the internet for a solution. Apparently Honda now allows you to obtain the code through their provided website. You will need the VIN #, the phone number and zip code that is on file when you purchased the car. Our car was purchased used and did not come with a manual. When I went to enter the code in I had already entered too many tries, now it reads ERROR E.

However, even before having the code (as well as now that it reads ERROR E) I can get the radio working. Push in preset buttons 1 and 6 and push in the power button simultaneously. A long number appears - at that point I pushed preset button 2 and the radio operated normally. Unfortunately, I do need to do this each time I turn the radio on.

Car Audio &... | Answered 21 hours ago


If you wish to get some details; visit the site linked here. Pull up older posts.
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Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 17, 2019


The Q factor does have to do with tones and pitches of your music. This determines a Quality factor of how pitches are placed (high tones, low tones, and mid tones) and using the Q factor will use a preset setting to put the tones at a high proformance audio.

Simple test and trick for you.

  1. Put in your favorite cd.
  2. Turn on the Q factor
  3. Play a song and listen to it for atleast 45 seconds
  4. turn off the Q factot
  5. Play that same song for atleast 45 seconds
  6. Now you determine if the quality used by the Q factor is better or worse

For some songs that have close pitch audio, it may not be as noticeable, so you can repeat and test. Give it a try, because then you can understand it more by hearing then reading. Its all about how you want it to sound. Good luck

Thank You

Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 14, 2019


You need to press refresh to see your answer posted :>) You had three posts, I deleted one of them.

You can't do that! The headlights on a car draw too much current to use a toggle switch. You will burn it out a less than a week. Headlights need a switch and a relay. Fix what you have, don't try new hacks.
Posted on Nov 07, 2019

Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


You can't do that! The headlights on a car draw too much current to use a toggle switch. You will burn it out a less than a week. Headlights need a switch and a relay. Fix what you have, don't try new hacks.

Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 07, 2019

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