Question about Kenwood KDC-X890 CD Player
My headunit shuts down and blinks "protect". I reseted it and it does the same thing after a little while. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
If it is only doing it over 30 then you need to turn down the bass level on the deck and make up for it with the subs sounds like its putting out too much juice. also if your car has a factory amp for your door speakers ect make sure that your factory speakers are the same ohms as the cd player which is 4ohm ,most fancier car speakers are 2 ohm. if that is the case the amp on the cd player is going in to protect mode to prevent frying your factory amp if you have one. check all your wiring from the cd player to the car and make sure it is all properly hooked up and there are no crosed wires. or wire hooked up incorrectly. also make sure the amp wiring kit is big enough gauge for the amp. make sure its not the amp that runs your subs that is cutting off the HU.
Posted on May 06, 2009
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