Question about Kenwood eXcelon KAC-X812D Car Audio Amplifier
A few things could be contributing to this, the amp is fried meaning it has been misused or there was a malfunction in the equipment... or you have ground that isn't good enough, your sub wiring is below the recommended ohm load.. they are rated at 2 ohms don't even try a 1 ohm on them it won't even kick on usually. or you have a fuse blown between the battery and the amp. Check the entire system and if it's wired properly and there are no obstructions in current flow you have a fried amp and need to look into your warranty or buying a new one. or whatever
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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