Then replace the accessory fuse and stereo fuse in that order. You can't fight physics folks, it will always win. Drkodin12-07-2005, 06:16 PMIn my experience if some fixes itself or is intermittent it's usually a loose/corroded wire unless the thing being trouble shot is defective. I am referring to the radio receivers on astronomical radio telescopes, the cooling assists in improving the signal to noise ratio.
not an hour -just a few minutes... shadowfax 2011-01-26 21:32:50 UTC #4 Generally stereos have two power wires going to them. GLH You have posted to a forum that requires a moderator to approve posts before they are publicly available. What kind of temps are you lookin at? http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1432924
but i usually leave it alone and when the car warms up, it works like a charm 01/23/2009, 01:18 PM #5 (permalink) Clipse3GT Ah yes... Loading... I think the main thing you want to consider here is the change from below freezing temperatures and normal room temp (~68 F) and back again. But what works for you in your particular case might not work that well for others.
Especially when it was cold out, my speaker somewhere in the wiring would ground itself out on the body and I'd lose all sound except for my powered sub. Only if you keep the heat turned off.... 0 cam5860 Posts: 634 January 2006 edited January 2006 I look at it like this! Language: English (UK) Content location: United Kingdom Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... djpast View Public Profile Find More Posts by djpast 01-25-2008, 06:19 PM #11 All4thaN0okie Scooby Newbie Member#: 103037 Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: Columbus, Ohio Vehicle:2006 VF43'd WRX TR
nice moose comment.. I ended up taking one of my subs and my kenetic battery out. twistedchild420 17,781 views 5:22 WINTER VS. click here now Quine Anagrams! (Cops' Thread) Lab colleague uses cracked software.
Raditz11-16-2005, 06:51 PMCold wouldn't cause this. We've spent some time taping down noisy windows and sweeping and vacuuming, putting some pieces of carpet down, and we did some sound checks today. I guess you'll know when you have the right one if the lights go out. Sounds really weird to me.
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a21bravo 4,905 views 2:02 angrygirlfriend21's new box for mtx 9500 - Duration: 9:44. As you state, leave the mic stands in position since the plastic would break easily at low temperatures. Although this is a rare case, it appears appropriate for your situation. ic3laxer New memberUsername: Ic3laxerPost Number: 8Registered: Aug-08 Posted on Friday, November 13, 2009 - 08:51 GMTyes it got fixed but i dont really know how.
Quote: It's a long shot, but it sounds like something is lose, something that contracts (being tempature dependant) and loses contact... I had to power cycle the amp three times to get sound again. Thanks for the response Jstas. The remote is split to both of the amps.
Excessive heat will shorten MTBF (mean time between failures), while a significant build up of dust will act as an insulator and trap heat. System: Alpine Receiver 9851, Alpine 4 Channel Amp, RF Cap, 4x Infinity speakers. The car speaker will then begin to start working properly again once it has opened up.
No sound or display, but the lights never turn off? After that it worked fine. capacitors breaking/loosing connection on the circuit board in the crossover cases. This year has been kind to us, but normally its wicked as hell around here.
As far as the battery goes, I had a new one installed before summer, and when I start it up in the mornings, I always give it time to catch it's Maveri972011-16-2005, 06:42 PMI have two MA Amps, one powering my sub and the other powering my 6 speakers. This shouldn't be too much of a problem with the things left in the attic because they will be warmed and cooled fairly gradually, but you will want to make sure Sign in 2 Loading...
One thing that may help keep the room from getting too cold is to add some insulation in the ceiling and walls. Maybe I'll take another look at my battery and alternator just to make sure. Disconnect the sub amp and see if the problem goes away running just the front speaker amp. Higher resistance, less power. -Cody depending on how hot it is out, and whether the amps being used are being pushed beyond their limits already (driven below rated load, etc), it's
I was the first one with the right answer! 0 PoweredByDodge Posts: 4,183 January 2006 edited January 2006 cam5860 wrote: It want hurt a damn thing to blast the hell out