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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by juviesoup, Feb 3, 2015.
Could have fried it.
I asked this before, but what is the Ohm rating of your amp and the Ohm rating of the speakers you are using. For example, if your amp is rated for 8 Ohm speakers and your speakers are 4 Ohm or 2 Ohm you will fry your amp. It may work for a little while but it will eventually die.
Sorry, I didn't see that until now. In terms of the horns, this is from their website: "This 50 watt speaker works at 8 ohms." I ordered the Lepai LP-269FS and it says on a description that: "it is stable down to 2-ohms" but then after that it states that it's "input impedance is 47 ohms".
How many speakers are you running? Also just to check, you have the volume turned up on the amp AND with the remote?
4 speakers, yes volume was done with both. The remote didn't ever really work all that well.
The remotes on those never do, they are complete junk. Also, you should be fine as far as Ohms go. Did you accidentally cross a wire?
It's highly possible.
On the lepai you need to turn the volume on. It should lite up.
It would light up but would not change "modes" or "inputs" to SD card. When I switch to the SD card mode and insert the SD card, the amp shuts off, then wouldn't get to the SD mode. Even when direct wired to the speaker, it will not produce sound through Aux or FM setting either. Volume all the way up, doesn't matter.
If you got it from Amazon, send it back as faulty?