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    speakers shorting out?

    Alright so ive got a problem and ill do my best to describe it to you but work with me. I recently installed 4 new speakers and ran it to a 4 channel amp and it worked fine for a couple months but now i seem to be having a problem.

    Ill be driving and suddenly all the speakers just fade and then turn off, then i have to wait like 10-15 seconds and then they come back on. Im thinking that maybe on of the wires to the speakers is messed up but could it be related to something else like my ground on my amp or the rca cables? Let me know what ya think. thanks







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    Re: speakers shorting out?

    sounds like a bad ground



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    Re: speakers shorting out?

    check the ground on your amp




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    Re: speakers shorting out?

    The ground screw was a little loose so i tightened it up. Seems to be working fine now, thanks




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    Re: speakers shorting out?

    cool




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