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    My 2 channel is now 1!

    What could be wrong with my amp? I recently acquired a Pioneer GM-X322. Here are the specs:

    2-Channel Power Amplifier with built in Crossover


    Specifications
    Continuous Power (20Hz-20kHz, 0.08% THD)
    2 ch: (4 Ohm) 35Wx2
    2 ch: (2 Ohm) 50Wx2
    1 ch: (4 Ohm) 80Wx1
    Maximum Power (EIAJ)
    2 ch: (4 Ohm) 70Wx2
    1 ch: (4 Ohm) 160Wx1
    Frequency Response: 10Hz - 50kHz (0,-1dB)
    Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.004% (1kHz, 4 Ohm)
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 105dB (IHF-A Weighted, at 1kHz)
    Dimensions: 8-1/8" x 2" x 6-7/8"
    Features

    Bridgeable 1/2/3 Channel Capability
    High-Current 2 Ohm Operation
    PWM MOSFET Power Supply
    Balanced Isolator Input Circuit
    Screw-Type Power/Ground Terminals
    Screw-Type Speaker Terminals
    RCA Inputs
    Hi-Volt Input Level Control (400mV-4V)
    Speaker Level Inputs
    Selectable Crossover: 80Hz, -18dB/oct. (LPF) or 80Hz, -12dB/oct. (HPF)
    Bass Boost (60Hz, 0 to +12dB)

    As for my problem. I hooked up this amp to my 6x9's, and the sound only came out of one channel. I tried switching channels around, but still only the left channel was working. I thought it might be the speaker, but they worked when I reconnected the original stock wires. I have the amp connected to the deck with RCA's. The amplifier also works great when I bridge it, but doesn't in stereo. I did only pay $20, but I would like it to also work. Help?



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    you might have to send it back to the dealer or the manufactuor, something could have been frind in side, it happens everyonce in a while, or it could be something as simple as a lose connectino inside the amplifer





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