Question about Kenwood eXcelon X1200M Car Amp
Posted by Anonymous on
Your ground should end no more then 3-4 feet from the amplifier and both your power and ground should be a minimum of 8 gauge and depends on the power consumption of the speakers you are using more power requires a thicker wire..could be from when you took it apart but its hard to say, really depends on what you did while the amp was open...
another issue could simply be that your etup doesnt have the needed power to run the system and you may need to introduce a capacitor or secondary battery, again this is will depend on your power consumption.
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