Kenwood dnx7100 in protect mode
receiver is detecting a problem in the speaker wiring and is going into
protection mode. If the receiver shuts off due to volume level, this
can be caused by a poor connection, damaged speaker, insufficient gauge
wire, or connecting multiple speakers to one speaker output. The
connections at the receiver and speaker should be clean with the ends
of the wire twisted tightly, preventing any strands from missing the
terminal. Connecting two sets of wires together to add distance should
be done with terminals and insulated to prevent the wires from touching
each other. If using thin wire, replace completely with heavier gauge
wire; do not add to the existing length. Be careful not to push the
speaker wires in too far, this will cause the speaker terminals to grip
the insulation and not the conductor. The speakers being used must have
an impedance within the range listed next to the receiver’s speaker
outputs, normally between 6? - 16?. The impedance of your speaker
should be listed behind the speaker itself.
If problems continue, disconnect the speaker wires from behind the
receiver and power the receiver on. The receiver will shut off quickly
if there is an internal short and would need to be serviced if this
happens. If it stays on, try connecting the speakers one at a time.
Replace any speaker that causes the receiver to shut off.
Jun 24, 2009 |
Kenwood DNX7100 Car Video Player