Does anybody have pictures of the insides of a factory EX OEM amplifier?
I'm pondering about seeing if I can beef it up somehow so it can handle
a 2 OHM speaker load without over heating. I need to know if it is a discrete
component amp or a IC amp.
If its a IC amp it probably will have parts in it that will look like this.>
If it is a component amp it should look like this (But smaller).>
Thanks for the info. It looks like I'll have to replace the hole amp when
I get new speakers. There is not much of a way to beef up a IC amp
to handle a lower impedance load. I might try a cooling fan, but thats
about all I could do.
The three caps are fore filtering the dc input in the hole amp.
There all hooked in parallel.
These type of IC amps are limited in how much wattage output
because there powered by only a singled sided input of 12 to 14V
DC. Where as a discreet or pulse width digital amp usually has
a DC to DC converter that outputs around +-20 to 45V dc.