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#394841 - 07/03/13 06:09 PM Left up500 on for awhile, amp is very hot.
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Hi I did a quick search and read that leaving your sub switched on consumes about as much energy as a nightlight, and is okay. The amp is very very hot to the touch though. Is that normal? It was on for like,3 weeks I think.

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#394844 - 07/03/13 07:33 PM Re: Left up500 on for awhile, amp is very hot. [Re: liquidchaos]
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Apparently I did this 4 years ago :P Disregard :P

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