I have a Kenwood KAC 6201 and I cannot get it to start!
I have plugged everything in correctly to the amp and I am not getting a blue light to come on the amp or any sound out of the speakers. I have put a new fuze new wires the speakers are new everything is how it should be. I took the amp to the battery and directly plugged it in and still no light, I was working when i bought it from my friend i helped him uninstall it from his car. Is there something special I need to be doing for this amp?
Re: I have a Kenwood KAC 6201 and I cannot get it to...
Make sure you have voltage to both the main power input and remote. Without remote power the amp will not turn on. If you check with a light or meter and you positively have voltage to both power inputs and a good ground, and you still have no power, the amp is defective. I hope this helps...
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genrally kenwood amps are power hungry amps so after playing for a while if it doesnt get the amount of amperage to make it work it will shut down cus you car cant charge the battery long enough for the use of that amp so my idea is try a farad capacitor and see if that helps good luck .......tk
The Kenwood KAC would be 2 ohm stable.
I ran my sub's in parallel and the amp did not shut off and hit pretty well for long periods of time.
If you are running two dual voice coils.
Bridge amp, run pos and neg to pos and neg outside of box.
neg and pos to one side of sub
The other side of the sub run to the next sub
the other side of the sub to the inside of the box pos and neg.
pos and neg outside of box to the other outside terminals to create a complete loop.
If this isn't a good description post back and I'll email you a picture of it.