Question about Kenwood KFC-XW1005dB Car Subwoofer
Probably blown, check the wires going to the back of the speaker, if they are conncted fully. Are you hooking it up correctly to a AMPLIFIER? and if their is any signs or moderate or significant damage you probably got what you paid for.. Good luck
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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