Question about Kenwood KAC-9102D Car Audio Amplifier
I have the kac-9102d wired at 4 ohms to 2 apline type r 12" subs. WHen i first hooked everything up the system played fine getting complaints from all the neighbors. The very next day im driving down the road with it cranked as normal and all a sudden the bass cuts out. The amp is going into protection, I have a good ground and none of the speaker wires are grounding out. Im only runnning and 8 gauge wire to the battery so my only thought is to change it out for a 4 gauge and add a capacitor because it doesnt seem to be getting enough power. At the start of a note the bass hits strong but gets weak and cuts off at the end? Any advice?
First change the wire,and disconnect the subwoofers to check if the amplifier turn on without going in to protection mode,if the amplifier go to protection mode you gotta change the Audio amplifiers IC's because they are in short circuit.And if don't go in to protection put one speaker at a time to check if one of them are damaged.Good luck.
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