Question about Kenwood KDC-MP228 CD Player
I just bought a new car and the speakers were really fuzzy and popped and all the symptoms of blown speakers when i turned the volume high. The speakers weren't stock speakers. The owners had them replaced with 220W kenwoods and replaced the stereo with a panasonic. So i got new speakers, kenwood 500W, and a new kenwood stereo. It sounds exactly the same when i turn it up. Still fuzzy and pops. Any advice?
If it is an older vehicle you could have interference from the ignition system. You can wire the radio to be powered up from a toggle switch that get its power straight from the battery, with a fuse between the battery and switch of course. This will eliminate powering up the radio with the ignition switch and take the ignition system out of it. Also need to make sure the ground wire is grounded good and the ground wire is the same wire guage if not larger than the power wire.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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