Question about Kenwood KAC-9152D Car Audio Amplifier
When i turn up the gain on my amp my subs start to go crazy. I had an audio guy tell me that my deck was puttin out DC current to it and that was the reason i couldnt turn it up. Im still new to car audio so I dont know if he is just tryin to make a sell? Any help would be great.
I believe you have a wire touching a ground somewhere in your car stereo circuit. Most likely there is a speaker wire in your dash that is the cause. Here is a reference: http://www.bcae1.com/brighead.htm
Also make sure the RCA's are taped up in your dash, they will create an entrance to feedback from the amp, which will inturn make your subs go crazy. Also, unplug each channel RCA from your amp and see if it stops, you may have a break in your RCA's causing a ground.
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