A2002J/A4002J/A8002J/A4004J
A6004J/A8000J/A16000J/A5005J
OWNER’S MANUAL
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL
BEFORE OPERATING THIS UNIT.
RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
The Audiobahn Way
To bring the product to market that excites the consumer through sound and
vision from an orientation of integrity and customer service. We make you look as
good as you sound. We strive to take car audio to an extreme the world has never
seen, and a world that never stops evolving.
Audiobahn was established in 1997 with one long-term goal in mind, “Build
it Bigger, Badder, & Better, and the people will take notice!” We back this statement
with an engineering team that has brought home several Innovations, Design &
Engineering Showcase Awards, and a marketing team from around the world that
spends countless hours developing our no compromise products to satisfy the most
discriminating enthusiasts.
Our global manufacturing facilities feature ISO9002 ratings (the highest level
of quality control awarded in the electronics manufacturing industry), fully robotic assembly lines and a state of the art, California based R & D laboratory.
Our Technical Department and entire staff look to strive above and beyond
the rest of the pack by going that extra mile to help you out. Whether you happen to
be a veteran competitor, or a beginner car audio enthusiast who does not know a
voice coil from a spider. We are all her to help you get the best system you can with
what you have.
Judge for yourself, and remember what it’s all about, “If it’s not Bigger, Badder & Better, it’s not Audiobahn.” If audio is your life, Audiobahn is the brand for you!
We make you look as good as you sound. People never stop trying to get the best
product, so we will never stop making it.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction______________________________________________________3
Features and Specifications_________________________________________4
Control and Functions
5-16
A2002J_________________________________________________________5
A4002J_________________________________________________________6
A8002J_________________________________________________________7
A4004J / A6004J_________________________________________________8
A8000J / A16000J________________________________________________9
A5005J________________________________________________________10
High Level Input Wiring
17 - 18
A2002J / A4002J / A8002J / A8000J / A16000J / A4004J / A6004J__________17
A5005J________________________________________________________18
Planning / Mounting Your System__________________________________19
Wiring Diagram_________________________________________________20 - 23
A2002J / A4002J / A8002J_________________________________________20
A4004J / A6004J________________________________________________21 - 22
A8000J / A16000J________________________________________________22
A8000J / A16000J________________________________________________23
Adjustments and Tunning_________________________________________24
Trouble Shooting________________________________________________25
Warning / Disclaimer_____________________________________________26
Warranty_______________________________________________________27 - 28
Notes__________________________________________________________29 - 30
INTRODUCTION
3
Dear Customer,
Congratulations on your purchase of the worlds finest brand of car audio products. Here at
Audiobahn Inc. we are devoted to making our musical reproduction the vert best, and we
are pleased you have chosen our product. Through years of engineering expertise, hand
craftsmanship, and critical testing procedures, we have created a wide range of products
that reproduce music with all the clarity and richness you deserve.
For maximum performance we recommend you have your Audiobahn product installed by
an Authorized Audiobahn Dealer, as we provide specialized training through our Audiobahn
Installer Training Programs. Please read your warranty, keep your receipt, and original
carton for possible future use.
To get a free brochure on Audiobahn products in the US call (714) 452-1476 or e-mail us at
sales@audiobahn.com.
WARNING
Continuous exposure to sound pressure levels over 100dB may cause permanent
hearing loss. High powered autosound systems may produce sound pressure levels
well over 135dB. Need we say more! Use common sense.
If after reading this manual you still have questions regarding your product, we recommend that you see your nearest Audiobahn Dealer. A list of Authorized Audiobahn
Dealers can be found on our web page. If you need further assistance, feel free to call
us at (714) 452-1476 and ask for the Technical Department. Be sure to have the model
number, date of purchase, and invoice number available when you call.
The model number can be located on the outside of the carton. Record this in the space
provided below along with the date of purchase. It is a good idea to keep your receipt
with this as you will need it in the case of needing a warranty, repair service or exchange.
Date of Purchase: _____________________Model Number:___________________
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
4
remote
On-Board Digital Volt Meter
Input Sensitivity 200mV - 8V
,
&
(A2002J : 25A x 1) (A4002J : 40A x 1) (A8002J : 30A x 2) (A4004J : 20A x 2)
(A6004J : 25A x 2) (A8000J : 30A x 2) (A16000J : 40A x 2) (A5005J : 30A x 3)
A2002J :
A4002J :
A8002J :
A5005J :
75 watts x 2 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
100 watts x 2 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
300 watts x 1 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
125 watts x 2 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
250 watts x 2 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
500 watts x 1 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
250 watts x 2 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
500 x 2 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
1000 watts x 1 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
A4004J :
A6004J :
A8000J :
A16000J :
50 watts x 4 + 250 x 1 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
100 wattsx 4 + 500 x 1 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
200 watts x 2 @ 500 x 1 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
A2002J (W x H x D)
A4002J (W x H x D)
A8002J (W x H x D)
A4004J (W x H x D)
A6004J (W x H x D)
A8000J (W x H x D)
A16000J (W x H x D)
A5005J (W x H x D) :
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 6 13/16"
50 watts x 4 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
100 watts x 4 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
200 watts x 2 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
100 watts x 4 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
200 watts x 4 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
400 watts x 2 @ 4 Ohms RMS power
500 watts x 1 @ 4 Ohms RMS Power
1000 watts x 1 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
900 watts x 1 @ 4 Ohms RMS Power
1800 watts x 1 @ 2 Ohms RMS power
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 8 3/8"
281 x 55x 173.0mm
281 x 55 x 212.7mm
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 11 7/8"
281 x 55 x 282.6mm
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 9 1/8"
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 9 7/8"
281 x 55 x 231.8mm
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 11 7/8"
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 15 5/8"
281 x 55 x 301.6mm
281 x 55 x 398mm
281 x 55 x 439mm
11 1/16" x 2 1/8" x 17 1/4”
281 x 55 x 250.8mm
A2002J REAR
A2002J FRONT
12
DVM
13
X-OVER
120
1
RCH
6
LPF HPF FULL
SPEAKER
BRIDGED
7
50
LPF
LCH
REMOTE
8
50
750
HPF
14
BASS
BOOST
ON OFF
2
GND
9
3
REM
4
BATT
5
MAX
LEVEL
50 MIN
POWER
20
SUB
SONIC
ON OFF
FUSE
R
LOW INPUT
L
SEAN AND WILSON ROCK
16
10
+L- G -R+
HIGH INPUT
11
R
L
LINE OUT
PROTECTION
POWER
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
5
A4002J REAR
A4002J FRONT 12
DVM
13
REMOTE
LCH
120
1
RCH
6
LPF HPF FULL
X-OVER
SPEAKER
BRIDGED
7
50
LPF
8
50
750
HPF
14
ON OFF
BASS
BOOST
2
GND
ON OFF
3
REM
POWER
9
20
SUB SONIC
4
BATT
50
MIN
FUSE
R
10
+L- G -R+
SEAN AND WILSON ROCK
HIGH INPUT
LOW INPUT
L
5
MAX
LEVEL
11
16
R
L
LINE OUT
PROTECTION
POWER
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
6
A8002J REAR
A8002J FRONT
12
DVM
LCH
13
7
50
1
BRIDGED
X-OVER
RCH
6
LPF HPF FULL
120
LPF
SPEAKER
REMOTE
8
50
750
HPF
2
GND
14
BASS
BOOST
ON OFF
3
REM
POWER
4
BATT
9
20
SUB
SONIC
ON OFF
50 MIN
5
FUSE
R
L
10
SEAN AND WILSON ROCK
+L- G -R+
16
HIGH INPUT
LOW INPUT
MAX
LEVEL
11
R
L
LINE OUT
PROTECTION
POWER
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
7
11
LINE OUT
CH2
CH2
CH1
CH1
CH1
A4004J/A6004J REAR
2
1
CH2
BRIDGED
1
7
50
CH3
CH3
CH3
13
12
A4004J/A6004J FRONT
REMOTE
DVM
50
CH4
CH4
6
LPF HPF FULL
LPF HPF FULL
X-OVER
CH4
BRIDGED
120
120
LPF
8
50
50
750
750
HPF
2
GND
14
3
REM
9
4
BATT
ON OFF
20
20
SUB SONIC
ON OFF
POWER
ON OFF
ON OFF
BASS
BOOST
50
5
MIN
MAX
MAX
FUSE
2
1
LOW INPUT
CH1/2
50 CH3/4 MIN
LEVEL
10
1+ 2- G 3- 4+
SEAN AND WILSON ROCK
HIGH INPUT
4
3
16
PROTECTION
POWER
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
8
A8000J/A16000J REAR
12 13
DVM REMOTE
A8000J/A16000J FRONT
50
LPF
1
6
FULL
X-OVER
SPEAKER
7
120
LPF
18dB
14
0dB
BASS
BOOST
15
2
GND
0
PHASE
SHIFT
180
3
REM
4
BATT
9
OFF
20
SUB SONIC
POWER
ON
SEAN AND WILSON ROCK
R
L
10
+L-G-R-
HIGH INPUT
LOW INPUT
FUSE
5
50 MIN MAX
LEVEL
16
11
R
L
LINE OUT
PROTECTION
POWER
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
9
A5005J REAR
A5005J FRONT
10
12
13
8
14
1
6
9
5
2
8
7
3
6
6
4
5
5
SEAN AND WILSON ROCK
10
11
16
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
10
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
11
1. Speaker Terminals
SPEAKER
Bridged
L
R
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
CH1
CH2
CH3
Bridged
CH1
CH4
Bridged
CH2
CH3
CH4
A4004J
A6004J
Speaker
A8000J
A16000J
These chrome plated connectors can accept from 16 to 8 gauge wire. Be careful to observe proper polarity when
connecting the cables
2. B - Terminal (Chassis ground)
POWER
GND
REM
BATT
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A4004J
A6004J
A8000J
A16000J
To avoid unwanted ignition noise caused by ground loops, it is essential that the amplifier be grounded to a
clean, bare, metal surface of the vehicles chassis.
Note: GROUND WIRE SHOULD NOT BE EXTENDED MORE THAN 3 FT. (1 METER)
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
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3. Remote Turn-On Input
POWER
GND
REM
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A4004J
A6004J
A8000J
A16000J
BATT
To remote or power antenna output of car stereo. This amplifier is turned "ON" remotely when the vehicle's stereo
is turned "ON".
Note: IF YOUR RADIO DOES NOT HAVE +12 VOLT OUTPUT LEAD WHEN THE RADIO IS TURNED ON, THE
"REMOTE" TERMINAL ON THE AMPLIFIER CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE VEHICLE'S ACCESSORY
CIRCUIT THAT IS LIVE WHEN THE KEY (IGNITION) IS "ON".
4. B+ Terminal (Battery Positive)
POWER
GND
REM
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A4004J
A6004J
A8000J
A16000J
BATT
Due to the power requirements of the amplifier, this connection should be made directly to the positive (+)
terminal of the battery. For a safety measure, install an in-line fuse holder (not included) as close to the battery
positive (+) as possible with an apmere rating not to exceed the total value of fuses in the amp.
5. Input Sensitivity Adjustment
MIN
MAX
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A8000J
A16000J
MIN
MAX
MIN
MAX
A4004J
A6004J
This control adjusts the amplifier's sensitivity to match the signal strength coming from the source unit. Input
sensitivity is variable from 200 Millivolts to 8 volts. Clockwise increases sensitivity. Counterclockwise decreases
sensitivity. THE KNOB IS NOT A VOLUME CONTROL. A lower signal level will require increased sensitivity for
full power. A higher signal will require decreased sensitivity.
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
13
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A8000J
A5005J
A16000J
A4004J
A6004J
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A8000J
A5005J
A16000J
A4004J
A6004J
A5005J
50 150
50 150
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
50 150
A4004J
A6004J
A5005J
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
14
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A8000J
A5005J
A16000J
A4004J
A6004J
5
A5005J
A5005J
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
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12. DVM (Digital Volt Meter Input) Fig 1
DVM REMOTE
Remote Control for Digital Display Voltmeter: Optional
12. DVM (Digital Volt Meter Input) Fig 1
DVM REMOTE
Bass Boost Control (MIN / MAX) : Optional
14. Bass Boost Switch and Variable
ON
OFF
BASS
BOOST
BASS
BOOST
BASS
BOOST
ON
A2002J
A4002J
A8002J
A8000J
A16000J
OFF
0
ON
A4004J
A6004J
OFF
Bass Boost Switch: ON and OFF
18dB
A8000J
A5005J
A16000J
Bass Boost Variable: 0dB - 18dB @ 45Hz
15. Phase Shift Switch
Phase
Shaft
180
o
0
o
A8000J
A16000J
PHASE SHIFT SWITCH (0 AND 180 DEGREES): Allows you to change the phase of your subwoofer from 0
o
and 180 degrees to help compensate
for timing differences between drivers.
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
16
16. LED indicator (Status)
POWER
PROTECT
-PWR (Power) : This BLUE LED will illuminate when the amplifier is turned "ON". If it fails to illuminate, check the power
connections to the amplifier and fuses.
- PROT (Protection) : The amplifier protection circuitry will disable the amplifier if input overload, short circuit, or extremely
high temperature conditions are detected. When the protection mode is in operation, the LED indicator on the side
panel will be illuminated, indicating the amplifier has gone into a self-preservation mode.
If you observe that the protection LED is lit, please check the system carefully to determine what has caused the
protection circuit to engage. The amplifier shut down due to a thermal overload condition, please allow it to cool
down before restarting. If the amplifier shut down because of an input overload or short circuit, be sure to repair these
conditions before attempting to power up the amplifier again.
Fig 1.
LI NE C ODE
Optional Remote Digital Volt Meter
Fig 2.
LI NE C ODE
Optional Remote Bass Boost Control
MIN
MAX
HIGH LEVEL INPUT WIRING
17
HIGH LEVEL INPUT WIRING
18
PLANNING/MOUNTING YOUR SYSTEM
19
Planning Your System
Before beginning the installation, consider the following:
a.
If you plan to expand your system by adding other components sometime in the
future, ensure that adequate space is left, and cooling requirements are met.
If your radio/source is equipped with Pre-Amp outputs, it is possible to utilize
them to drive an Amplifier and connecting (Amplifier) to the 2 rear speakers.
Then, use the built-in power of your radio to drive the 2 front speakers.
NOTE:
DISTORTION LEVEL IS CONSIDERABLY LOWER FROM PRE-AMP (LOW LEVEL) OUTPUTS, THAN
SPEAKER (HIGH LEVEL) OUTPUTS.
b.
Are your components matched? The RMS power rating of your speakers must
be equal or greater than the Amplifier’s. They also must be 1-8 Ohms
impedance (this information is normally printed on the speaker magnet).
c.
Consider both the length of your leads, and routing when determining the mounting
location. Pre-Amp input Jacks require a length of high quality shielded male to male
RCA patch cord.
Mounting Your System
The mounting position of your Amplifier will have great effect on its ability to dissipate the heat generated
during normal operation. It has an ample heat sink for heat dissipation, and also is designed with a thermal
shut-down (for heat protection) circuit, having enough air directed over the cooling fins will improve heat dissipation dramatically. DO NOT enclose the amplifier in a small box or cover it so that air can not flow around
the fins. Temperatures in car trunks have been measured as high as (155˚F) in the summer time. Since the
thermal shut-down point for the Amplifier is (158˚F) it is easy to see that it must be mounted for maximum
cooling capability. To achieve the maximum advantage of convection air flow in an enclosed trunk, mount the
amplifier in a horizontal position. Cooling requirements are considerably relaxed when mounting inside the
passenger compartment since the driver will not allow temperatures to reach a critical point. Floor mounting
under the seat is usually satisfactory as long as there is at least 1 inch (2.54cm) above the Amplifier’s fins for
ventilation.
a.
Select a sutable location that is convenient for mounting, accessible for wiring and has
ample room for air circulation and cooling.
b.
Use the amplifier as a template to mark the mounting holes. Remove the amplifier and
drill holes. Use extreme caution. Inspect underneath the surfaces before drilling!
c.
Secure the Amplifier using the screws provided.
CAUTION:
Before connecting any wires to the amplifier, disconnect the ground lead from
the battery. Leave the ground lead disconnected until you are done wiring the
amplifier.
WIRING DIAGRAM
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A2002J / A4002J / A8002J
MONO MODE
BRIDGED
L
R
SUBWOOFER
4~8 OHM
STEREO MODE
BRIDGED
L
R
RIGHT SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
LEFT SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
TRI MODE
BRIDGED
L
LEFT SPEAKER
4~8 OHM
: INDUC TOR LOW PASS FILTER
R
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
RIGHT SPEAKER
4~8 OHM
: CAPAC ITOR HIGH PASS FILTER
WIRING DIAGRAM
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A4004J / A6004J
2 CHANNEL MODE
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
CH1
CH 2 CH 3
CH 4
BRIDGED
CH1
BRIDGED
CH 2
CH 3
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
CH 4
3 CHANNEL MODE
CH1
CH 2 CH 3
CH 4
BRIDGED
CH1
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
CH1
BRIDGED
CH 2
CH 3
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
CH 4
CH2
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
4 CHANNEL MODE
CH1
CH2
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
CH 2 CH 3
BRIDGED
CH1
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
CH1
CH 4
BRIDGED
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
CH3
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
CH4
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
WIRING DIAGRAM
22
A4004J / A6004J
6 CHANNEL MODE
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
CH2
SPEAKER
4~8 OHM
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
CH1
CH 2 CH 3
BRIDGED
CH3
SPEAKER
4~8 OHM
CH 4
BRIDGED
CH1
SPEAKER
4~8 OHM
CH4
SPEAKER
4~8 OHM
CH1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4
: CAPACITOR HIGH PASS FILTER
: INDUC TOR LOW PASS FILTER
COMPONENT VALUES FOR 6 dB PASSIVE CROSSOVER
FREQUENCY
INDUCTOR
CAPASITOR
80Hz
7.5 mH
470uF
100Hz
6.5 mH
330uF
120Hz
5.5 mH
330uF
150Hz
4mH
220uF
A8000V / A16000V
MONO MODE
SPEAKER
SUB WOOFER
2~8 OHM
WIRING DIAGRAM
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A5005J
5 CHANNEL MODE
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
CH1
CH2 CH3
CH4 CH5
2~8 OHM
CH1
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
CH2
CH1
CH3
BRIDGED
CH4 CH5
BRIDGED
CH4
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
CH2
SPEAKER
2~8 OHM
3 CHANNEL MODE
CH1
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
CH2 CH3
CH2
CH1
BRIDGED
CH4 CH5
CH3
CH4 CH5
BRIDGED
BRIDGED
4~8 OHM
2~8 OHM
ADJUSTMENTS AND TUNING
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Below you will find information on adjusting the amplifiers gains. Adjusting the gain correctly is essential to
proper operation of the amplifier. If the gain is not adjusted properly it can and will lead to damage of
the amplifier and connected speakers and will void your MANUFACTURER WARRANTY. The gain on
an amplifier is not a volume control. It is a signal level setting that tells the amplifier how strong of a signal
is coming from the head unit. Your amplifier has an input sensitivity of 200mV-8V. The minimum setting is
8V and the maximum setting is 200mV. Minimum meaning the head unit or processor has 8V output and the
maximum meaning it has a 200mV output.
When using Low-Level (RCA) inputs you MUST know what the pre-out or line-out voltage of your head
unit is rated in Volts. This is not the wattage rating. This can be found in the manual of the head unit or by
contacting the manufacturer. If you are using a line-driver or another type of processor that adjusts the output
voltage of the signal to the amplifier you will need to know what the output is adjusted to. The gain on the
amplifier needs to be set proportionately to the pre-out or line-out voltage rating of the head unit or processor.
If the signal strength is 4V then the gain would be adjusted to about 45 - 50%. Below is a list of commonly
found voltage ratings and their appropriate gain adjustments. When adjusting the gain you want to start with
the bass boost setting on the amp set to minimum and bass adjustments on the head unit or processor are
set at 0 or flat. As these other settings for bass adjustments are increased, the gain setting will need to be
adjusted lower.
2V ≥ 70%
4V ≥ 45%
5V ≥ 32.%
8V ≥ 5% (Bass boost must be left at minimum on the amp and 0 or flat on the head unit or processor)
10V ≥ Can not be used with this amplifier.
If your amplifier includes Hi-Level (speaker wire) inputs and you are using them for the audio signal connection, please use the below steps to adjust the amplifier. Start with a song with good bass that you know very
well.
1. Use a screwdriver to turn GAIN (8V / 0.2V fully counter clockwise to 8V
2.
Turn the auto sound system’s volume control to about 3/4 of its full range. Any higher normally
leads to the signal being distorted.
3.
Turn up the amplifiers gain / level control unit the sound begins to distort, then immediately gain /
level down to a point just before where the distortion began.
4.
Adjust the auto sound system’s volume control to a comfortable listening level and you are good to
go.
NOTE: The steps to adjusting the gain / level control need to be repeated when you adjust any bass boost
setting on the amplifier, processors or significantly on the head unit. Adjusting bass boost settings significantly without adjusting the gain / level can lead to a distorted signal and damage to the amp and speakers.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you should have any questions concerning the installation or settings on your amplifier or are unsure of anything discussed in this manual, please contact
our Technical Support department at 714.452.1476 for help. It is much better to take 5
minutes today to get it right then to adjust the settings incorrectly and have a problem
with your amp or speakers.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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SYMPTOMS
NO SOUND
AMP NOT
SWITCHING
ON
CHECK POINTS
CURE
Is the power
LED illuminated ?
( NO )
Check fuses in amplifier.
Be sure Turn-on lead is connected
Check signal leads. Check gain
control.
Check Tuner/Deck volume level.
Clean contacts on fuse holders.
Is the Diagnostic
LED illuminated ? ( YES )
Check for speaker short or
Amplifier overheating.
No power to power wire
Repair power wire or connections.
No power to remote
wire with receiver on
Check connections to radio.
Fuse broken
Replace fuse.
Inspect for short circuit or an
open connection.
NO SOUND
IN ONE
CHANNEL
Check Speaker Leads
AMP
TURNING OFF
MEDIUM/HIGH
VOLUME
Check speaker load
impedance
Be sure proper speaker load
impedance recommendations
are observed.
(If you use an ohmmeter to check
speaker resistance, please
remember that DC resistance and
AC impedance may not be the
same.)
STATUS
LAMP ON
Temperature shut down
Turn radio down
Check Audio Leads
Speaker wires short
Reverse Left and Right RCA inputs
to determine if it is occurring
before the amp.
Separate speaker wires and
insulate
WARNING / DISCLAIMER
26
Investigate the layout of your automobile thoroughly before drilling or cutting any holes. Take care
when you work near gas tanks, gas lines, hydraulic lines, and electrical wiring. Do not use the power amplifier unmounted. Attach the system securely to the automobile to prevent damage, particularly in the event of
an accident. Do not mount the system so that the wire connections are unprotected or are subject to pinching
or damage from nearby objects.
The +12V DC power wire must be fused at the battery positive terminal connection. Before making or breaking power connections at the system power terminals, disconnect the +12V wire at the battery end. Confirm your radio/head unit and/or other equipment is turned off while connecting the input jacks and speaker
terminals. If you need to replace the power fuse, replace it only with a fuse identical to that supplied with the
system. Using a fuse of a different type or rating may result in damage to this system which is not covered by
the warranty.
Disclaimer
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
For the most updated Specifications call Audiobahn,
your local Authorized Audiobahn Dealer,
or check the Audiobahn web site.
www.audiobahn.com
WARRANTY
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Audiobahn Consumer
Product Warranty Policy
Audiobahn products are manufactured with the highest quality components and some of the most advanced
technology available. Because of this we recommend that you have your new products installed by an Authorized Audiobahn Dealer. (A list of Authorized Audiobahn Dealers can be found on our web page).
Warranty Period: One year from the original date of purchase.
Warranty Coverage: This warranty covers manufacturer defects only. The warranty is applicable to the
original purchaser, and is non-transferable. You must provide a receipt from an Authorized Audiobahn
Dealer that shows the location of purchase, price paid, and date of purchase.
(Products purchased by consumers from an Authorized Audiobahn Dealer outside the United States are
covered only by the Distributor of that specific country and are not covered by Audiobahn).
NOTES:
Complete subwoofer enclosures (Audiobahn will replace defective subwoofers, plexiglass, or neon only. Do
not send the entire enclosure, unless the enclosure is defective itself. You must receive prior authorization
and an RA# before sending in any complete enclosure).
AUDIOBAHN DOES NOT WARRANTY ANY PRODUCTS NOT PURCHASED THROUGH AN AUTHORIZED DEALER.
(A list of Authorized Audiobahn Dealers can be found on our web page).
AUDIOBAHN WARRANTIES DO NOT COVER THE FOLLOWING:
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Any product not purchased from an Authorized Audiobahn Dealer (including Internet dealers)
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Damage caused by abuse, misuse, accident, water / flood, or theft (including any cosmetic damage to
the body of the product)
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Damage caused by improper installation
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Any cost or expense related to removal or reinstallation
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Any unauthorized services
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Any product that has the serial number removed, altered, or defaced
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Subsequent damage to any other components
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Pinched, cut, or stripped wires / terminals
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Any product that is new, and/or found to be in working condition
•
L.E.D. indicators on electronics (Audiobahn will only replace L.E.D.(s) found to be defective at the time
of purchase)
WARRANTY CONTINUED
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How to receive warranty service: Contact your local Authorized Audiobahn Dealer, or call Audiobahn at
(714) 452.1476 between the hours of 9:00AM and 5:00PM PST.
If you are having problems with your system, we recommend you check the product carefully and thoroughly
to confirm that the product truly has a manufacturer defect; as opposed to abuse, or other components in the
system caused the failure. This might include having an Authorized Audiobahn Dealer look at the product
to confirm the source of the problem. Any product found to have a manufacturer defect will be replaced with
a new piece of the same or similar model, or repaired at the discretion of Audiobahn. Any product found to
have no manufacturer defect will be returned to the sender at their cost.
You must acquire a Return Authorization Number (#) prior to returning ANY product to Audiobahn.
That Return Authorization Number (RA#) must be prominently and clearly marked on the outside of the shipping carton, or product delivery will be refused (no exceptions will be made).
Please note: All shipping and handling (to and from) charges will be the sole responsibility of the consumer.
Please record and keep your Return Authorization Number (RA#) in the event that further communication is
required.
Return Authorization Number (RA#):
______________________________________
Date product was sent:
______________________________________
Contact Information
Audiobahn Headquarters
7050 Village Drive Bldg. G
Buena Park, CA 90621
Phone (714) 452.1476 Fax (888) 880.8469
Pacific Coast Time: 9am - 5pm Mon. - Fri.
tech@audiobahn.com
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7050 Village Drive, Bldg G
Buena Park, CA 90621
714-452-1476 office
888-880-8469 fax
info@audiobahn.com
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