Question about Kenwood VR-410 Receiver
I am willing to bet that you still have factory speakers in the car. They are prob 2 ohm. Most all aftermarket stereos are set up to run 4ohm. and what happens is the internal amp shuts down to keep from blowing the stereo. Check the ohm of the stock spakers and replace them with a new set. You can get them all day long at places like walmart the have sony and others. Or just get them from ebay, What ever works for you.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Very possibly a problem with overdriving the speakers and the breaker inside the receiver is "popping" in order to protect the outputs from being fried. check the ohm rating of the receiver to the speakers and lok for damage to any of your speaker wires. also make sure the wires are not crossed or touching in the back connections to the equiptment.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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