Question about Kenwood KAC-8103D Car Audio Amplifier
The wires coming from the amp into the subwoofer got unplugged from the sub box and touched eachother.. i looked at my fuses, none were blown, but ever since then it made this heartbeat sound of a deep bass tone, then stopped, then started again like a dying heart beat " dum, dum..Dum.....dum........dum...............dum" so i looked at the inside of the amplifier, for a burned out resistor or something out of the ordinary, but nothing is showing up.. i really dont want to fork out the cash to get this repaired professionaly
Sounds very similar to something that has happend to mine. if you check the fuses in the amp and they are fine, i recomend replacing the fuse in the power wire. if you are using the glass tube type fuses, sometimes the soldering at the endcaps melts, but the filament doesnt pop. the fuse appears to be fine, but isnt. that happend to me a few times. i had to upgrade to ANL type fuses
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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