Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
Disconnect the radio!!
Did you install it yourself?
Double check all the wiring - and use a continuity tester (or digital multimeter with continuity abilities) on the speaker leads.
If you hear a beep - there is a speaker wire grounded, or a speaker voicecoil blown.
To check the impedence of the speaker - set the DMM to Ohms 20x and verify the resistance is 8ohms (or very close). Anything out of this range indicates a blown voicecoil.
To verify it is not an internal amplifier problem - only wire up the Power, Switched Power, and Ground and re-try.
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Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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