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Kenwood kdc mp228 now working with amp/subs

My kenwood kdc mp228is hooked up to a Rockford 600watt amp and a single 12" alpine sub. all connections are correct, and my sub is not blown, but he amp isn't working, and the sub isn't getting a signal. is my sub too powerful? I've heard of a guy who has a 600watt amp with his mp228... please advise, thank you

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  • belovarski77 May 05, 2010

    ALL connections are right. I took it to a shop and even got a new RCA cable. they said that its the head unit but couldnt find the "SW (subwoofer) ON" option. SO where is that???

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Hi, ensure amp has 12v on the "+" and "rem" terminals and has a good ground to the amp, This is all the amps needs to start up

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  • Chris Jowsey May 14, 2010

    the user manual states that this model only has 2 channel line out (rear channel L & R). this is affected by the fader control so ensure that the fader control is set to the centre or rear positions - if it is only set to the front, then you will have no sound - there is no subwoofer function on this unit.

    P.S you never did say whether your amp was starting up. most amps have a status light on them indication whether it is "on" or in "protection" mode

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I agree, as long both terminals are getting power and a good ground it should kick on, if it don't it might be shot..

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