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Well i got the kenwood 1800 wat amw and ive had it for like 4 months now and today it was hot out side and i had the volume very high and i guess the amp got hot and turned off then it came back but it was not sounding ass hard as before but i also think its because of the speakers cause the speakers cant handle the power and there also kenwood but they could only handle 1000 wats so can some one help me plz

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Move your amp to a place in the car where it gets more air than it does at the moment so that it can be kept cooler for longer...

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