Question about Kenwood KAC-9152D Car Audio Amplifier
Hello. i have had this amp connected to my 2x IN PHASE 2800W subs for about a month now, and it has been working perfectly ever since i hooked it up. I was listening it music one day and they suddently switched off and when i looked at the amp the light was blinking and clicking noises were coming from the sub. The next day, the amp would only light up for 1 second, the sub would then make a very deep noise then the light on the amp would simply switch off and there is no power going to the subs now. any help is much appreciated.... THANKS!!! marv~
I sent my amp back for repairs and aparantly i blew 4 transistors and they said that it's a common problem for an amplifier. really annoying yeah.
Posted on Apr 08, 2007
My kenwood has just done the same thing it is a KAC7202 960 watt, i dont think it is the channels though im not too sure this is relevant but my power light blinks too. i just hooked up my memphis 1 fared power cap up to it i think i have a ground problem because on my model i have a smaller ground for some reason that needs to go to a seperate ground.
Posted on Apr 07, 2007
Sounds like you got the wrong speaker load by either parralleling some speakers or else you bridged the outputs in such a way to create the wrong speaker load or maybe all of the above. In short, it sounds like you have blown at least one of your output channels and its time for a trip to the repair shop. I suggest you disable your amp at once so that it doesn't do any more damage to itself.
Posted on Jan 10, 2007
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