Question about Kenwood KSC-WA100 Car Subwoofer
I bought my KSC-WA100 used but still in great condition a few months ago. It was professionaly installed and worked great for about a month. I had it up really loud one day, and it stopped working a day or two after that. It has power because the light in the back is on. I brought it back to the guy who installed it and he said there was a problem with the subwoofer itself because the hook up was fine. Any ideas what to do or where I can have it looked at? This would be a huge help!
You should be able to check this yourself pretty easily, Just connect the power and turn it on. Connect an audio cable to the input. Make sure the level control on the sub is turned about halfway up or more. Now, touch your finger to the tip of the plug on the other end of the audio cable. You should get a nice hum out of the subwoofer. If not, then the sub is bad - if it has a user-replaceable fuse you might check that first. If you do get a hum out of it, then the sub is ok, and the problem is elsewhere. Might be a simple as a bad cable or an option on your amp/receiver is set wrong.
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