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Subwoofer my kenwood subwoofer continues to blow fuses

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Check your wiring. Sounds like you either have a ground wire issue or a have wires crossed.

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I have Kenwood SW 900 . need to know its out put. Kept for long period

Do you mean the Kenwood SW-200 subwoofer or the SW-200 power meter? The subwoofer can use 50W RMS at 4 Ohms. It's rated at 60W. The power meter reads in two ranges: 20W and 200W.

Kenwood has the manual for the subwoofer on their support site. The direct link to the manual is .

I hope this helps. If you are looking at a different Kenwood product, please clarify which product you have. I can't find a SW 200 receiver from Kenwood.

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My subwoofers don't work

Check the fuse on the amp.
Plug a different source like an iPod into the amp to ensure that the subs and amp still work.

If your still not getting anything I would recommend visiting a reputable car audio shop in your area and getting them to check over the system.

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I have kenwood kdc116s and i have it running a subwoofer and i keep gettin voice through my sub and i need to know if the kenwwod has a low pass filter or a high pass filter

are there rcas on the back of the deck that say subwoofer????? if not then there is probably not . you can also go into the menu and see if it has subwoofer on/off.

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All of sudden the unit went to protect mode. What to do to fix a problem?

There is a short in the wiring somewhere which has forced it into protection mode to prevent it blowing it up..
Remove fuse in fusebox under hood for radio, Then inspect radio + all speakers to find any wires which have become defective or corroded and replace them accordingly then refit the Fuse and it will continue to work as normal.
(Providing it was wired correctly in the first place.)

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you should check ignition live to see if wired correctly. sounds like its getting a earth somewhere.

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1. your charging system is your only limitation for watts but you can add plenty without upgrading it. i'd say 1,000 watts max on the stock batter and alternator with large power and ground cables of at least 4 gauge.

2. yes. using your subwoofer rca outputs.

3. for a subwoofer you should always ad an amp. i'd say a 3-400 watt amp is fine to match up with you kenwood speakers. you will need a small sub to fit in there or maybe one slim enclosure behind each seat with slim 8" subs

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My kenwood kdc-mp235

I assume the amp is turning on (lighting up) No audio may be due to Burnt rca ground trace in your kenwood radio. If you have a ohm meter measure continuity from rca's ground terminal to radio chassis. Should be close to zero resistance. If there is no no continuity there are fusible traces on radios main board that burn open at times when to much current is flowing thru rca ground
Just a good possibility , haver seen this happedmany times.
If you need service manual let me know

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