Question about Car Audio & Video
It worked perfectly fine for over an hour then i left and o the road when a song ended it cut off and the red light on the amp is just flashing fast and no sound is coming out of the sub. I ahve a 12" kenwood performance series sub with a kenwood 1000w amp
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kenwood KAC-9104D
Circuit City ? I'll keep that opinion to myself.
If all is properly hooked up, Check the ground wire for the amp.
Give it a tug where it is connected to the car chassis, NOT the amp,
if it moves or comes loose thats easy to fix, scrape the paint off the grounding point use a high quality ring terminal and a oversize screw with a star locknut. Also check the wiring in the box.
Subs and boxes are quite heavy. And if it's banging around, I hope you have it in a trunk, they are very lethal projectiles in a hatchback should you have a accident.
My second thought is that you may have dislocated a component , solder joint, or cracked the PC board,
When in doubt see a installer. Good luck Sumthin
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Either the amp is ad or the sub got shorted? You can check itby disconnecting the Sub and seeing if the amp comes on blue then. If yes, then the sub is shorted. If no, then the amp is shorted. Also chck the voltage AT THE AMP. Make sure that it is above 12 Volts.
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009
bigger the better my friend. Look at your Peak RMS output, and how long of wire you need. Then you could make the judgment call on how thick or what gauge you need. (2 involved factors power + distance). id say 10 gauge and you would be fine.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
unless you are a technician do not mess with the amplifier.
it takes years of school to learn electronics. unless it is a blown fuse or something simple,you will never fix it.
i did kenwood warranty for 8 years and the amplifiers are difficult to repair.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Testimonial: "So what should I do because it works but it's not outing out the proper amount of power"
SOURCE: KAC-9103D hooked up to two 12
I have a Kenwood KAC-9103D hooked up to two 12" KFC 3011. My amp stopped working the other day after it worked fine for about a year the blue light for the fan lights up, the fan runs and the amp runs but the red light flashes on and off and there is no output to the subs. I hooked the amp up to a friends system and it does the same thing. It also makes a tick when the red light flashes. But i have confirmed that its not the wiring. Whats up?
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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