Question about Kenwood KAC-9102D Car Audio Amplifier
No, a ground would not make it overheat. Your overdriving the amp, so it goes into thermal shutdown, and when it cools off, it comes back on. You don't have enough ventilation for this amp or theres a idle bias circuit problem. If its a ventilation issue. you could add a small 12 volt muffin fan to the amp. If it's the idle current problem, its going to blow up the outputs device's soon, unless you have this checked out in the shop, under a set of load resistors and a scope.
Posted on Sep 02, 2006
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