Question about Kenwood Kac-m846 4/3/2 Channel Amplifier Car Audio Amp
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
from your sub connect one short piece of cable from + on one side to - on the other side using the same diameter cable as you are running to the sub from amp . this will leave you with + and - on opposite sides of speaker these will then run to the amp +to+ and - to- on the mono side of connetor which is one left + and one - right and the amp switched to bridged
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
You should check and verify first the output signal in the amplifiers by using a multimeter on the db range, this is to identify good output of the amp. After that check the polarities for correct wire orientations.You should connect the speakers one at a time to check.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
you want to parallel the terminals on the woofer. a jumper from positive to positive and the same on the negative will equal 2 ohm load at the amp
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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This amp is stable down to 4 ohms bridged at 120 Watts or 2 ohms stereo at 60 Watts X 2. If you are going with the bridged mono hookup just make sure the impedance of your subwoofer is no less than 4 ohms. A good rule of thumb is to be at least double of what your amps rated output power is. So if your amp can put out 120 Watts into 4 ohms then get at least a 240 watt subwoofer.
Do not exceed the rated load for your amp, you will damage it. Here is the datasheet for your amplifier
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
I don,t no where you are reading thease articles from,I installed car audio equipment for over 40 years, Untill i retired a couple of months ago, Who ever is writeing those sort of articles does not have the slightest clue what they are talking about, It is the opposite way around, It is allway better for yor (Speakers) To handle more power then what your amp puts out, Then you will not blow the spaekers, It is best to get speakers at least 20 watts more then what your amps maximuin (RMS) Watts are, Hope this helps you out, (PS) 50 watts (RMS) Is what most people go for, It is in no means (Under) Powered.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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