Question about Kenwood KAC-9102D Car Audio Amplifier
If you push a sub too hard for too long the varnish on the coil windings will melt, causing parts of the coil wires to short toghther. This will change the impedance of of sub (or speaker). Since the speaker is hooked up to the amp and the amp requiring a steady impedance (usually 4ohm or 2 ohm). if the coils go bad , the impedance will change, the amp hopefully will go into a protect mode, if not the amp will damage itself. Warranty does not cover overpowering a sub of amp (if the can tell it was.) hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 10, 2006
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Audiobahn subs are not too powerful and they can not handle too much continuous RMS, be careful they will heat up and tear off the voice coils off ur subs. run about 100 - 150 RMS at 75 HZ to each sub and keep the gains at about 3/4 this way you will avoid blowing out your subs. It also depends on the amp? What kind of amp is it?
Let me know if you wish. Otherwise
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