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Amp to go with this set up?

Don't know what amp would be right for this set up.

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Check the rms power of the speakers and then look for an amplifier who meets.

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Kenwood kac-9104d stopped working was in car music loud amp stoped worked I stop to change fuse it wasn't blown popped hood that amp was blown don't know what's wrong with it


Turn your gain below half. Make sure you have a solid ground, not a seat belt bolt. The fuse blew to protect the vehicle because there was too much power being pulled by the amp, possibly from overheating.

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The protect light wont turn off, so power light wont come on


OK, I am assuming that you are talking about an amplifier, right? If so, check the wiring. An amplifer's protection senses fluctuations in amperage load. This is a good thing. It's saving your amp from frying, so don't be mad at the amp. Start with the ground wire. This is typically the source of the problem. If you know how to use a multimeter, use it to ensure that your ground is a good position. If you solve this, look at the guage of wire you are using. 50-65 amp loads from 13-22 foot runs are acceptable for a 4 guage wire. If you are running 8 guage for this, you need to upgrade your wire. Look at your amp. Check the fuses. The numbers on the fuses, add them up. You can use that as a bases for your amperage load. Also, is your remote wire allowing the amp to turn off, and thus reset? Something else to think about. Happy Wiring

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I need to know what to put the frequency at for my subs... they are 2 12" kicker comp's


40 - 45 Htz is the usuall. It really depends on the music you listen to. They are built to handle a little more mid bass. Where they are located, power supplied, direction the subwoofer is facing will all have an effect on what you need to set it at. My suggestion is follow the basic steps in setting up your amp. 1. turn your amp gain all the way down. 2. turn your radio volume to 75% of max. 3. start turning up the gain until you obtain the sound you want. You want to do this so your don't "clip" the sub. Kicker is good, but the comps can only handle so much before they start popping. This will heat up the voice coils quickly and cause them to fail prematurely. Hope this helps.

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I've had two Pioneer CD players and they both were set the same way. Turn it off then press and hold the AUDIO button if it has one. Then keep pressing it until it gets to the clock. I think on mine the hour starts flashing. When your done just turn it back on. == Answer == I had this problem too. In the far right corner is the "A" (Audio) button. Turn the stereo off and hold the "A" button until the clock comes on. The hour will be blinking. Use the up and down "Select" keys to set that. Then use the right "Select" key to switch to the minutes. Use the up and down keys to set the minutes. Push the "A" button when you're done.

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I have my amp and and subs hooked up right but i have multiple component wires on the back of my vm 9412. i need to know what to hook my component wires to in the back of my head unit and also need to know...


If you are running your speakers/subs from an external amp, then you wouldn't use any of the wires in the back. Usually you don't have any type of menu to change to make anything work. Some units have the ability to turn the signal off to the amp. What color are the wires in the back that you have remaining?

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I need to know how to wire this to my amp i have never wired a 3 way system and i need to know if i do any thing different


Typically on these units there is only one hookup for the amp or a left and right hookup. The crossovers are already inside the speaker box and will send the highs to the tweeters and the lows to the subs. Make sure that if you amp has an adjustable crossover that it is set to full so that all frequencies go to the speaker box.

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Need wireing diagram for instalation


Hello bulldogwjm,

You can download the Kenwood manual here:

http://www.kenwoodusa.com/Support/Car_Entertainment_Owners_Manuals/#_

Just select the model number from the dropdown and download it.

Hope this helps.

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Need to know the right setting to apply for my subs


You need to match your amp's input voltage (the gain) to the output voltage supplied via your deck's preouts. Turn you radio up to normal listening level, and turn the amp's gain until you induce audible distortion then back it off slightly. Set the bass boost and crossovers to on and type (highpass for front/rear full range or lowpass for subs).

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