Originally Posted by Ace2377
I have an A3-250 and within the past couple of weeks I've noticed my sub making a clicking sound. One night, when the system was off, I noticed the red power light intermittently going on and off; something I have never noticed before. It's obviously normally a solid red when off. Then a couple nights later I could hear some mumbling coming from the sub when I was watching television, when normally I would not hear a peep out of the sub, and heard the clicking/switching sound. When I turned it off that night, even for a couple minutes after I turned it off, I could still hear the clicking. This week it seems every time I have watched television the clicking sound is present, and very annoying, so I turned the sub off. Any ideas what it could be? Could it be an issue with the receiver in anyway?
Thank you for your help!
so, the sub plays normal when the receiver is on and sending a signal ? if so, unplug the RCA's and see if it still does it. if it does, then you may have a problem with the auto on/off circuit... which is pretty rare. i have seen that around 5 times out hundreds of eD amps.
Originally Posted by SULLY12
Hey Dave. I would love to see the subs you built. Also I finally put to use 2 of the 3. Lt200s I got from you. Thanks for the help.
will post pictures when it is completed... unfortunately, that date is an unknown. the car audio world is slamming me... they sure blow up a lot of amps.
but as of right now, it is uncovered bare MDF and still under development. eight 12 inchers, two 21 inchers, 2000 watts RMS, and currently about $700 invested. i am a firm believer in using speakers at around half of what they are capable of, with absolutely no problems with cone control like a maxed out speaker. why use one speaker at it's limits, when you can use two at half way ? ( ok, so space is not an issue for me ) super expensive high end subs out on the market are pretty wimpy...