Question about Kenwood KAC-9102D Car Audio Amplifier
I think I've done every thing, I've change the wiring from 8ga to 4ga, I put a cap on the line to stablize the power supply but the amp will still shut down after a while. I'm running one mtx 7500 12" at 4ohms the recommend power is 400 watts, with this amp I'm pushing 500 watts to it would that cause a short in the speaker? the amp is not that warm when it goes into protection.
I run one sub on my Kenwood Amp also. It does over heat also. My conclusion is that we are both trying to push that one sub too hard and the amp is having to work really hard to make that sub do what we are asking. Also, not having enough power or a good ground will cause it to over heat. I am going to go with the voice coils are heating up though.
Posted on Dec 06, 2006
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