Question about Kenwood KAC-9103D Car Audio Amplifier
I turn the amp on and turn the volume control up and it will hit for about 1 minute and the bass will go away, turn the head unit off and then on and the amp will hit again but only for a short time, im runnin 8 gauge wire from my brand new optima red tob battery with no capacitor to the amp... could this post a problem???
Might be the amp. i hooked 1 up today 9103d on 2 12's at 2 ohms. set the gain at 4 volt 2 match the deck pre output. plays real well till it over heats and shuts off for 30 secs 2 one min. 4 gauge wire
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Most times I hear of people turning up the volume on a head unit and cutting off on the amp it tends to be wired to a speaker with the wrong impedance. I googled kicker comp and got tons of different models, not to mention almost all of them were 250 watt rms. That amp is 900 watt RMS at 2 ohms. If you only have 1 woofer, you can't possibly wire it wrong being all the subs I've seen in the results were 4 ohm. If you are using just one though, you should get a larger speaker, both 2 ohms and 1000 watt rms to prevent distortion. I'm afraid I can't answer your post without further information on the sub you are using.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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