sudden bass hits...then the amp goes on overcurrent....what do I do?

chronicblazen
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they told me that maybe the amp goes into protection cus of too little voltage, and the amp just shuts off. this is why i went from 8 gauge to four igauge. this helped out a lil, but it still does it when i turn it up loud for a while... dunno what else it could be...

 
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