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How To Fix An Amplifier's Speaker Input?


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Well, a couple a weeks ago, my speaker input on my amp, the positive input was coming lose inside with the connectors inside of the amp, and i would have to screw it tight to get it to give power to my subwoofer. Now, both the negative and positive inputs inside are loose, and I can't send power to my sub anymore. In fact, it looks like the negative is burned up a little and has a wierd metallic burn smell to it, which would block the conductivity. The amp powers on, everything is fine but this problem. How can i fix this? Soldering? Glue? I don't have a clue where my warranty is, its ma audio 1200 rms watt amp, 4 months old.

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Well, a couple a weeks ago, my speaker input on my amp, the positive input was coming lose inside with the connectors inside of the amp, and i would have to screw it tight to get it to give power to my subwoofer. Now, both the negative and positive inputs inside are loose, and I can't send power to my sub anymore. In fact, it looks like the negative is burned up a little and has a wierd metallic burn smell to it, which would block the conductivity. The amp powers on, everything is fine but this problem. How can i fix this? Soldering? Glue? I don't have a clue where my warranty is, its ma audio 1200 rms watt amp, 4 months old.




never mind, its a goner...