Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
i soundds like its too powerfull for them beouse some new speakers now have a shut off if they are ready to go out or blow to make sure you dont damage them
Posted on Jan 15, 2007
Either the amp is ad or the sub got shorted? You can check itby disconnecting the Sub and seeing if the amp comes on blue then. If yes, then the sub is shorted. If no, then the amp is shorted. Also chck the voltage AT THE AMP. Make sure that it is above 12 Volts.
Winona Lake, IN
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
hello it sounds like your problem may be in the remote/power wire that goes from the back of your radio deck to the amplifier. the amp should have a wire connection that says remote,p.con, or antenna. and its usually the smallest wire connector located by the power and ground wire. this wire goes to the solid blue wire coming out of the deck. you can conect the wires together any way you want. i usualy shave off a little pice of the wire cover and wrap the wire coming from the amp around the bare wire then cover it in electical tape or cut the blue wire from the deck at a fit length and use a wire nut and put the two cut ends in and also the wire coming from the amp. also make sure the amplifire dose not have power to it just to be safe. wouldent want to fry anything.
There is also the left and right wires(ususaly red and white) that go on the back of the deck to the amp.
also chek the volume on the amplifire
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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