Question about Kenwood KAC-5203 Car Audio Amplifier
I have power. but no watts from subs.
You first need to determine what is causing the "no sound" problem. (1) Try the sub(s) on a different amp (a friends maybe, or a local audio shop) and make sure that it/they work properly. (2) Test the outputs from the receiver. (3) Try a different pair of RCA cables. (4) Check the speaker wiring. (5) Check your head unit settings. (6) Check the amp gain. Once you have isolated it, repair or replace the defective wiring or part.
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Posted on May 18, 2009
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