Question about Kenwood KAC8105D Car Amp
You should probably go with a 8 or 6 gauge power wire and go on cruthfield.com and make sure you have the speakers wired rite for the amp producing a stable ohm load. I believe this amp is only stable down to 2ohm. If this thing produces anywhere near the power its rated for 10 or 12 is to small its like drinking a milk shake thru a coffee stirrer. You might also want to try elevating the amp so that air can pass underneath or add a external fan to help with cooling.
Posted on Aug 19, 2012
Mount down the amp. Make sure theres enough voltage going through. make sure you have a batt cap.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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