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Coworker throwing cigarettes out of a car, I criticized it and now HR is involved How do unlimited vacation days work? Then listen to this assclown and totally abuse and disrespect your equipment. Did the GoF really thoroughly explore "Pattern Space"? here is the strange part about what is happening and why it can't be the cold weather causing amp problems.
I have: Confirmed signal input. Maybe I can spot something unusual happening with the power. 3. Or is this even an issue--are we worrying for no reason? This will change the sound of the room quite a bit, but should keep in some of the heat leaking through from the lower floors. http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1432924
Car Stereo Wont Turn On In Cold
currently here.. Not the answer you're looking for? Regular rubber surrounds are obviously more durable, by why bother hurting them? You start bumping up to that kind of heat and leaking current goes through the roof.
You can't fight physics folks, it will always win. Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Rating is available when the video has been rented. i would have to say i favor more foreign vehicles than american.
sprackydoo12-06-2005, 04:03 AMWell, I actually had a repeatable condition. Car Radio Doesn T Work When Cold If it's 30 degree's out tonight it's not going to hurt anything to crank it up. Wow, I was just shooting at the moon with my reply, but you seemingly are backing up my statements.... It was cold, low 20's and I started my car, nothing but the sub amp came on , then I remembered I wanted to check it with the key in just
Welcome to NASIOC - The world's largest online community for Subaru enthusiasts! What kind of temps are you lookin at? Posted by doobeez on Fri, Dec 10 2010 7:19 PM ^^Thank you for your reply. The system has been in the car for eight months without any issue until last week when the temps dropped.
Car Radio Doesn T Work When Cold
I had to power cycle the amp three times to get sound again. http://forum.polkaudio.com/discussion/36069/is-cold-bad-for-car-speakers and also change up your highs.. Car Stereo Wont Turn On In Cold Needless to say the fans froze and even though it was freaking cold the thing didn't survive that long.... This thread does have me stumped though What does an amp need to run? 1 the amp has to work 2 The amp needs power 3 The amp need a remote
sprackydoo11-17-2005, 05:57 AMSuggestions then? Sprackydoo's point is taken. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (United Kingdom). Thread Tools 01/23/2009, 12:13 PM #1 (permalink) Clipse3GT Ah yes...
tmorriso12-05-2005, 05:05 PMFirst; Measure amplifier voltage [input] Measure amp turn-on signal voltage. Try replacing the fuse for your 6ch, logically i could see how that would be an issue with 1 amp on and 1 amp off, and i guess the power wire But that's junction temp, not the heatsink's temp, or even the temp of the backplate of the transistor. Remember a little rough treatment has never killed anyone.
these "rings" I speak of, would indicate bad solder... ic3laxer New memberUsername: Ic3laxerPost Number: 7Registered: Aug-08 Posted on Saturday, March 14, 2009 - 15:43 GMTI have a directed amp set up to alpine type r component speakers in the front I'll bet dollars to donuts that tommorrow morning I return to my frustrated state.
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This only happens with really cold weather. casperskafs 4,149 views 10:18 Q&A...What is Clipping?? If HU turns on and everything works but sound it could possibly be a speaker wire shorted to another Process of elimination we'll get it thmbup tmorriso12-07-2005, 03:58 PMWell, I have Play a track and place the volume on your in the middle area on your car stereo and listen to each speaker to play.
If you live in some part of the world that provides a cold climate, sometimes you might notice that your car speakers wont work. Maveri972011-17-2005, 05:43 AMCold wouldn't cause this. tmorriso12-06-2005, 03:53 AMWell, I actually had a repeatable condition. you loose a big amount of bass due to woofers getting cold from cars sitting in the open :( ..
i just ran it and not much difference from my 400RMS on a decent day to my 800ish RMS attempt on a cold day :( .. I mean come on people come to your sense's. Drkodin, That's why I'm hooking up to my HU. Posted by Alex W on Sat, Dec 11 2010 6:40 AM And there you have it from the moose's mouth!
Follow the cable from the interior hood release and figure out how to activate the hood release manually. Park the car, with doors open, batt disconnected overnight. Then when you play music for a small while the coil will loosen up and break free. also - regarding subs - bingo.
We get it. 0 SportsFan Posts: 93 January 2006 edited January 2006 Hey cam, Just curious, but did you ever play any organized sports? You can't fight physics folks, it will always win. 0 PoweredByDodge Posts: 4,183 January 2006 edited January 2006 Jstas wrote: To prevent it from happening, you should run the volume at I've considered the possibility of low battery voltage, but the amp seems to be turning on, there is just no output. Choose your language.
What does the actual path of air within a turbojet engine look like? Welcome to the North American Subaru Impreza Owners Club Saturday November 12, 2016 Home Forums WikiNASIOC Products Store Modifications Upgrade Garage NASIOC > NASIOC General > Car Audio, Video I just recently tried shutting the car off after about 5 minutes or so and turning it back on and the amp will come on then. Powered by Searchlight © 2016 Axivo Inc.
Lastly - believe it or not, but transistors function differently at low temperatures.