Question about Kenwood VR-509 Receiver
Have tested all wires...
A quick way to check your speakers is to put the contacts from a 9 volt battery to the positive and negative speaker wires (briefly). You should hear a crackle of some sort if the speakers are functioning. If there is no crackle, speakers are bad / if there is a crackle, your head unit must have a problem.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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