Question about Kenwood KAC-9152D Car Audio Amplifier
AFTER ABOUT 2-3 MINUTES MY AMP TURNS OFF. IM RUNNING TWO AMPS 1-KENWOOD 1800 MONO AND 2-FOSGATE 900 4CH. WITH TWO 12 AUDIOBAHNS 900WATTS. WITH A 4GAUGE WIRE. IS THE REASON CAUSE I NEED TO GET A 0 GAUGE OR DO I NEED A CAP OR ANOTHER AMP TO POWER THE SUBS.
I have the same amp running 2 type r 12". It cuts out also. I put 0 gauge power wire and a capacitor and it still does the same thing. I had to buy 2 and run each sub independenty at 4 ohm.You can run that amp all day long, full volume at 4 ohm. But is hates running large load at 2 ohm.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
When your amp cuts out,is it when your stereo is produceing a long low note.if it is then the problem lies within the power distribution from the battery.as your sub pulles a long low note it draws a lot of power and sometimes the battery cant supply the power fast enough and the amp cuts out. useing a power cap is one way to solve the problem,but the best option for you to use becouse your running high powered amps is to have a sepparate battery for your audio using a split charging system.when your car battery is fully charged a relay swiches the power so that it charges the audio battery,so your auio system will have constant power without putting stress on your car battery. you can get thes from all good audio shops. hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 08, 2007
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