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Sloner3020    0

Alright guys. I am not a stereo guy and know little to nothing about how to setup a stereo system. I purchased my boat with an amp running my boat speakers and tower speakers (Rockford fosgate) and purchased a kicker 12 as well as a kicker amp and had it installed last year. Then bought WetSounds Pro 60's off a crew member and the boat sounded GREAT. Last weekend with 10 people on board (of course) my stereo quit working on me. The deck will play CD, IPod, etc however I can only hear the bass. All highs are GONE. No Tower speakers, boat speakers nothing....... I know this is probably a relatively simple question but what happened?? I was assuming the amp probably went out being that it looks pretty old and is exposed to water at times (It was mounted at the foot well of the driver seat). I am hoping this is not the case due to the cost but I was wondering, before going out and buying a new one, is there any other possibilities?? Just as i said before everything worked fine all weekend and WAM out of no where highs went out. AMP was not overheated and only warm to the touch. My boat is currently stored about 150mi from here so I wont have anymore specifics then what I have provided. Hopefully there is an easy solution. Thank you in advance to the CREW!!!

 

-Mark :wallbash:

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Check all the fuses (On the amp chassis itself, and likely one on the positive power cable running from the battery to the amp)

 

as always, check all connections, including remote turn on (small wire running from deck to amp)

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Sloner3020    0

Will do!! Would it help to say that recently my PerfectPass has been giving me the voltage warning quite a bit? I am assuming this could be from a loose connection or perhaps too much drain on the battery?

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Sloner3020    0

I appreciate the help! I guess it will be a process of elimination from here. I just hope I get it fixed the first trip. Nothing worse then going out to the lake with no tunes.

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