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Kac-ps201t problem Recently I bought a Kenwood amplifier (KAC-PS201T). The problem is that the sound output is not clear as it should be and seems like the channels are mixed up. If I put the balance from the HU all to the left, music is heard from both speakers and vice versa. Wiring is all set corretly, infact I tried another amplifier and worked ok. Can I fix it myself? what component can be gone off?

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    Carlo Brincat Dec 17, 2008

    My headunit is the Pioneer DEH-p780mp, and when I repalced the amplifier it wrked ok, that's why I'm thinking that the the problem might be coming from the amp itself.

    I was thinking that there is something between the 2 channels, but now that you told me your problem came from RCA's I'm re-thinking to open the amp up and look in the area of the RCA's aswell.

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I had a similar problem with a KAC-X812D Kenwood amplifier.
My problem turned out to be that the RCA inputs were so sensitive, they picked up interference from my head unit through the RCAs.
I replaced the head unit with a newer model, and had no problems after.

This may not be your case, but hope it helps.

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