Originally Posted by Mnemonic
Does your amp have any "auto turn on" features?
Some amps will essentially look to the input signal to determine if music is playing or not. Sounds like whenver you are changing tracks or whatnot, the signal dies, and the amp thinks it should turn itself off. This is actually normal, but alot of the newer stuff has features to prevent this as it does damage speakers in time.
The fix would be to diable it at the amp(if possible), or switch to RCA's which typically do not have this feature on it.You could also install an inline switch on the remote line to kill the amp.
Nope, I dont have that fancy stuff
I'v had this amp for about a year now and had it on two differant HU's and this problem is only on this one..
Funny thing. So I get to Best Buy to get it replaced and its not doing it now.. isnt that how it allways happens... Maybe I got lucky and moving the cable behind the radio fixed it? Doesnt make sense when it works on a differant line, but who knows... maybe I'm missing something.