Question about Car Audio & Video
I am hooking up a kenwood kac-7204 amp to a factory radion in a 2000 ford explorer that also will be having 2, 12" sony xplod xs-L1237 subs . already had hooked up but my kenwood amp got way too hot and was smoking and blowing fuses what am I doing wrong?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when i was running my sub off bridge mode this kept happening to me. I ended up just running two subs and for some reason the fuse stopped blowing. i think there is something wrong with these amps.
Posted on Sep 22, 2011
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
I would try to remove the top cover of the amp and you might be able to push them out from the inside. Just a shot in the dark.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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