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scooterdrive 
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Posted: November 29, 2007 at 8:57 PM / IP Logged  
Could anyone please tell me how to go about testing the out terminals on an amp (without hooking up a speaker) with a multimeter? Thanks
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umm.....you mean to find wich one is pos & neg? OR for max output? Also, what amp is in question here? a little more info please.
used to be loud, used to be fast...now I am married LOL
scooterdrive 
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Just to see if there is any output on a particular channel to see if the amp is good. Thank you.
Danny
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Output on amp should be an AC current if it is putting any out. You could try a multi meter set to ac auto ranging. Or hook up a speaker.
The wire I'm test'n isn't doin' what it's supposed to be doin'... I am so glad I printed that tech sheet, with the wrong info.
Do it right the first time... or I might have to fix it for ya
d_stever 
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how would you test for max output?
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Posted: November 29, 2007 at 11:44 PM / IP Logged  
d_stever wrote:
how would you test for max output?
with more equipment than just a multimeter.
need a clamp meter and an oscilliscope

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