#1
im an idiot i had found headphones that have 1/4 outputs so i pluged them in then i used them on my amp and i raised the volume on my amp to 10 and a few seconds later it turned off. Did i blow the power amp inside the amp or wut could it be help please im really pissed off
P.S Brendie
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#4
if im reading this right, you put a headphone cord into your input and your amp shut off? i dont think it would do anything. there wouldnt be any signal coming from the headphones, so that couldnt have damaged it. maybe its just cause you cranked you amp to 10 so suddenly.
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#5
basically the same thing happened to me...most likely you did blow your amp...go to where you bought it and see if you have a warranty and get it replaced if you do. If not take it to an electronics store and get it worked on.

!!!!IMPORTANT!!!!
Make sure the company you bought the amp from certifies the store you take it to! If it doesnt then it will void the long-term warranty placed on it by the company! Call them and find out!!
#6
i checked the fuse i think it might be it cause its like foggy white and it has like a black burn mark on it, is that normal?
P.S Brendie
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#8
o0o and with a blown fuse the amp wont turn on right?
were can i purchase a fuse that will work with my amp
P.S Brendie
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#9
what amp is it?
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#10
any shop that sells electrical supplies

geneerally
100watt is 2 amp fuse
50 is 3 amp fuse
#11
Quote by airbrendie
o0o and with a blown fuse the amp wont turn on right?
were can i purchase a fuse that will work with my amp


Read the angraved number on the fuse and bring it to radioshack. They should have them.
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