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Where is the remote power switch on a kenwood 1000 watt amp?

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just make sure that your wiring is for 1000w or more
and check the + and - even at the speakers.

Posted on Nov 10, 2007

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how do you have your system hooked? What speakers do you have? There is a lot more too it then just wattage.

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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SOURCE: my amp overheats..

Do you mean that it actually over heats and shuts down? If it does then make sure you aren't trying to over drive it or underdrive the impedence. A good suggestion for cooling is get some 1/4" spacers and space the amp up off of the surface you mounted it too. I did it when I had my 2 Memphis M-Class 500Ws and just doing that they were cooler. Also make sure it is not mounted in a restricted air flow spot. If it is put some cooling fans by it to circulate some of the air. Let me know if you need some more help. Good luck.
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SOURCE: the amp is only putting out on 1 channel

I do believe this is caused by one of your amp fuses. Depending on which + on the amp is being used. That channel has a blown fuse. have you tried running + and -, + and - to both channels to see if both subs worked? If one sub doesn't then it's a blown fuse or scarred fuse and needs to be changed.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 920 Watt Kenwood Amp wont power on

Connect the remote wire to an accessory wire on your stereo.

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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