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    I just installed my ed 9.1 friday night. It worked fine, I set the gain using the method stickied in this forum. While I was driving around Saturday with it pushing my sub(man did it ever pound), it just cut out. All the fuses are intact, and it still turns on. I tested the rca's on another amp, they work fine. Tested the subs VCs, Dual 2 ohm, both read 2.3-2.5. Tested the speaker terminals, and I didn't get any voltage reading. Did I mess up somehow setting it up? Or did I just get a bad amp. I'm going to call ED on Monday and see what they think.



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    Re: Speaker terminals not putting out

    Check the RCAs and see if the amp is getting any input?



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    Re: Speaker terminals not putting out

    Quote Originally Posted by Prowler573
    Check the RCAs and see if the amp is getting any input?
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    I tested the rca's on another amp, they work fine.
    but, try bypassing the speaker terminal and see what happens



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    Re: Speaker terminals not putting out

    Same kinda thing was happening to me today. Did you happen to check all you wiring, ESPECIALLY the ground. Thats what my problem was, also a blown fuse.




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    Re: Speaker terminals not putting out

    Well, it seems the amp is getting power according to the green light on the back, so i don't think its that.



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