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Clifff150

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The big board CT Sounds are known to catch fire. From what I read, it took a little set screw to stop it but Coleman (rip) was too cheap.
 

Bobbytwonames

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The big board CT Sounds are known to catch fire. From what I read, it took a little set screw to stop it but Coleman (rip) was too cheap.
I felt like I did plenty of research on the amp and never read where one caught on fire. This is just a 60 x 4 @12.8 volts. So, I'm hoping for around 70 x 4 @ 14.4 volts. It's for a pair of 6-½" components and a pair of 6-½" coax.
 

Bobbytwonames

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I don't care which lines of amps they sold caught fire, I wouldn't allow any of them near my vehicles with that sort of track record.
I couldn't find one thread about CT class A/B amps catching on fire. I didn't research their mono amps. Thanks for letting all of us know what you would do.
 

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