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My kenwood kvt-719 shuts itself off when played at louder levels. Every speaker is on its own amp exept the two front tweaters. If I turn only the front tweaters on the head does not shut down.

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You are pulling too much power from your headset to your amps. you should only be using 1 amp front 1 amp back and 1 amp bass if you want to run all those amps which i do not believe it is needed you should be installing capacitors to help with the power. btw that many amps you better put a high power alternator in your car or your battery and/or alternator will burn out quikly

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