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    schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    I continue to blow the two external 25amp fuses on my Audiobahn A8002T. I was wondering where I can possibly find the internal schematics for this amp. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Already contacted Audiobahn to see if they have them.

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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    I had one of those and it worked with 30amp fuses.



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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    SO your was blowing the ame two as well ? All the time ?




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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    All I can say is, it is sorry a** amp. What are you pushin?




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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    Quote Originally Posted by revrider1
    All I can say is, it is sorry a** amp. What are you pushin?
    Not really. I used mine at 800 RMS @ 4 ohm on my first set up and it did the job quite well. Never overheated and had decent output. It's not a great amp by any means but it's not a bad budget amp at all.



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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    Well to be honest, it's not mine. It a friends of my sons lol.....Personally Dad doesn't have an amp. So no schematics help......?




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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    I owned this amp and it also came with two 30A fuses... If it makes that much of a difference.




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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    Can anyone give me the numbers of the fuse(s).....I do not have any here to compare. An electricain is goign to get me some fuses but he needs to know the numbers (serial) ? numbers of the fuse ??????




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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    Something probably fried in that amp. I own that amp and it was always super hot, to the point where you touch it and you burn youself. I ended up modifying it with somemore cooling fans and now it runs fine. Bumps my CVR15 pretty loud. It in no way puts out the 800watts 4ohm mono that it advertises, but its good enough for me.



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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    Quote Originally Posted by Death By Bass
    serial numbers for a fuse? an electrician getting the fuses for you?

    I think you should leave the repairs to someone else... lol
    Nahhh the electrician has access to fuses and they keep thier stock by part number, lol.......

    Gonna tell him to use the 30 amp fuses and see if that works.....

    thanks guys




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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    Quote Originally Posted by concept11253
    Something probably fried in that amp. I own that amp and it was always super hot, to the point where you touch it and you burn youself. I ended up modifying it with somemore cooling fans and now it runs fine. Bumps my CVR15 pretty loud. It in no way puts out the 800watts 4ohm mono that it advertises, but its good enough for me.
    If you don't mind me asking, how did you modify it? I have the A8000T, basically the same thing, and was considering this.



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    Re: schematics needed for Audiobahn A8002T

    take a hammer it the **** thing and take it out of it's mesery before it smokes....


    m just bustin gur balls...try the 30 amp fuses since that makes a little more since for a 800 watt rms (on a good day) to have...if it fried when u use 30amp fuses then it was ment to be. get a new amp



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