Question about Kenwood Kac-7252 2-channel 1000watt Power Car Audio Amplifier
1.-check proper heat sink, or dissipation.
2.- check speaker impedance. Must match between amp and speakers.
3.-low power line on the house may cause low efficience work on the amp, overheat, and finally fuse protection.
4.- finally, check speaker wires. Thin cable overheat amp too.
Posted on Dec 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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