Question about Kicker Car Audio & Video
If I turn the radio up past 20 the car speakers cut out and the subwoofer is the only thing that plays is this an amp and subwoofer problem or should I check the speakers in the car
Your exceeding the output of the amp powering the main speakers. if you're using deck power, time to buy a full range amp to add to the sub amp. if you have an amp already, check to see if there's a thermal protection cutout. Mine has a light that lets me know its out due to overheat
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i soundds like its too powerfull for them beouse some new speakers now have a shut off if they are ready to go out or blow to make sure you dont damage them
Posted on Jan 15, 2007
SOURCE: Car Audio Problems-Amp cuts out
No the reson for the amp overheating is do to the OHM ratting that you have the sub if to have the both wired up then just wire one up and that will give you the OHM ratting that your amp is ratted for the way that you might have it is the way that we wire them for coms. where it is on for 30sec and no more. if you would like more help let me know.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
You just have to check all of the speaker wiring.It's a wire touching somewhere and it will do that till you fix it. What it is is just where the negative wire which is the ground for your spreakers it's touching the positive wire which is know as a power wire.When this happends it lowers the frequency of the volume which will cause the speakers to cut out and volume level to drop.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
it might be that your wires from your amp to your subs are too thin. since they were relatively new the first three months, they were probably undamaged, but after pushing them too much, they probably have broken wires, and can't get enough power to the subs when turned up, i suggest getting thicker wires before investing in a capacitor, it could save you money.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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