Question about Kenwood KAC-859 Car Audio Amplifier
Unplug the stereo input signal from the amp. If the amp does not do it with the wires unplugged, you may have a problem with the radio sending too much voltage to the input of your amp causing it to go into protect mode. If it continues it is in your power source to the units. Let me know and I'll see what Ii can do. Hope this helps...
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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