Question about Kenwood KVT-514 Car DVD Player
To me you need to do the big 3 upgrades .
1 second battery
2 bigger power cable
3 high output alternator
sound like you electrical system can't handle the high volume you want to here you system at.
it starving for power
need to upgrade your alternator to a 150 amp or bigger so your amps and factory accesories can get the voltage to run properly .
then put a second battery in trunk to help your amp
does you head lights flicker or interior lights flick signs of your car audio system killing your alternator
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Posted on Oct 14, 2010
Testimonial: "Very, very good suggestions thanks. Btw n e suggestions as to what are some good thick wire to upgrade to??? N nope my HIDs don't flicker"
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