Question about Kenwood KAC-8101D Car Audio Amplifier
I noticed a couple days before it stopped my subs were making like a humming noise. That noise would not stop so i just shut my stereo off because i didn't want it to ruin anything. Now when I Start my car my amp just comes on and goes right back off. Also when it comes on it makes my subs make a thump. Then it just goes off. I've heard of something like a safe mode but i don't know what that is all about.
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Posted on Aug 17, 2006
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First of all you need to look at the specs on the amp and see what ohm load rating it runs at. for example (4 ohms @ 200watts) and check your configuration because if you go below that rating for instance if the amp only can do 4 ohms and you parallel them speakers down to 2 ohms the amp will go nuts and blow up. After you find out informations about the amplifier ohm your speakers out with an ohmmeter and see what resistance you have on your single / dual coils and wire them up to proper configurations so that your amp and subs are matched. ALso check your RCA'S For signal problems.
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