Question about Kenwood KAC-5204 350 Watt Max Power Stereo Amplifier with Variable LPF
Put a meter across the speaker without disconnected and measure the impedance, it should show you the stated rating say like 4 ohms or 30 ohms. if it shows nothing then you have blown it up. If it shows you a dead short then its still blown up and probably burnt out and is shorting. Try very gently pushing in and out the cone with both hands 1 on each side if it is stiff then you have knocked it of center or burnt it out. if you get a reading with the meter and the cone has not frozen then try another speaker on the amp. if this fails they the sub on another amp. if this fails look for a reset button on the amp. you could try giving the amp a new signal that you know works finally if this fails then it looks like you have taken both of them out
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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