I've had my stereo for a little less than a year now (unfortunately cannot remember if I sent in the warranty) and the right speaker has began to rumble and overly vibrate when the music kicks up a notch. I've found that pushing in the backing of the speaker fixes the problem, but I have no clue how to permanently solve the problem. I'm thankful for this forum.
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make sure impedance is the same so 6 ohms and the power rating of speakers is no less than 200 watts peak rms.And bare wire ports on back of speaker.
The power rating is so the speakers can handle the maximum power delivered by stereo amplifier without burning out speakers coils.
AMP HAS PROBLEM.. SOUNDS AS THOUGH THE LINE INPUT AMPS HAVE PROBLEMS IN AMP ALSO ONE THING TO CHECK WOULD BE TO DISCONNECT SPEAKERS AND HOOK UP RCA'S.. CHECK THE SPEAKER OUT PUTS WITH A DC VOLT METER TO SEE IF YOU HAVE DC VOLTAGE ON THEM IF SO YOU HAVE SOME SHORTED OUTPUTS
Had this same problem with a Yamaha sub. Unfortunately it's the amp section in the sub. If they can't fix it in the shop (problem is they don't leave it on long enough for the problem to return), the only option is replacement. I buy exclusively on AmEx cards, because they cover this kind of stuff - an additional 1 year warranty on anything you buy.
Yes, you can use RCA cables. Just wire in a "low-level" converter.
Using RCA's is really the best way, allowing you to run shielded wiring to the sub, making it less likely that the wiring will pick up electrical interference. I'd install the converter on the rear speaker wires behind the dash.
If you do not want to convert the speaker output, you can drive the Kenwood directly from the speaker wires. The diagram in the install manual shows the connections coming off the rear speakers.
Here's a link to one output converter. This one will convert all 4 speakers.
In addition to what i said in the live chat about the transformer, here is a link to the manual for the RS2653 which seems very similar;
or this link to contact RCA directly;
Hope this helps, not much in the manual of any use for this problem :)