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    Newbie needs help...please !

    Hi

    I just bought the following @ Circuit city and had them install it as well in my 99 Olds Intrigue

    Head unit : Pioneer DEH-P8400MP

    Amp 1 : Bazooka 4-Channel Amplifier Brand/Model: BAZ EL460

    Amp 2 : BAZOOKA 1-Channel Amplifier Brand/Model: BAZ EL1500

    Subs : 2 * Infinity 10 in. Car Subwoofer Brand/Model: INI 1020W

    Front Speakers : 2 * Infinity 5 x 7 in. 2-Way Car Speaker Brand/Model: INI 5752CF

    Back Speakers : PIONEER 6 x 9 in. 3-Way Car Speaker Brand/Model: PIO TSA6975

    My problem is the sub amp is getting overheated and shuts off way too often... It will only stay on for about 20 mins before shutting off...

    Can anyone please help me diagnose the problem ?

    The amps are located on the floor of the trunk.

    Also ..... what do you think of the setup ?

    Cheers ,
    Last edited by kid4life; 11-02-2002 at 08:04 PM.



    Need more power !!

    Head unit : Pioneer DEH-P8400MP
    Amp 1 : Bazooka 4-Channel Amplifier Brand/Model: BAZ EL460
    Amp 2 : BAZOOKA 1-Channel Amplifier Brand/Model: BAZ EL1500
    Subs : 2 * Infinity 10 in. Car Subwoofer Brand/Model: INI 1020W
    Front Speakers : 2 * Infinity 5 x 7 in. 2-Way Car Speaker Brand/Model: INI 5752CF
    Back Speakers : PIONEER 6 x 9 in. 3-Way Car Speaker Brand/Model: PIO TSA6975




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    Thats a decent setup

    How are your subs wired? There may be a problem there.
    ---Ex: They are producing an ohm load that doesnt co-operate with the amp.

    If it has nothing to do with the wiring, then maybe it could be just too hot in your vehicle and there isnt enough ventalation/circulation of cool air throughout the trunk. A solution to that would be a 12volt cooling fan - they work wonders

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    take it back to circuit city and have then fix it. they should do it since they installed it.




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