Question about Kenwood KAC-8403 Car Audio Amplifier
Hi, I installed a kenwood kac-8403 4 channel amp in my car yesterday, with the back speakers on channel B and the front speakers on channel A. For some reason I had the input selector on A instead of AB. When I turned the power off I switched to AB and turned the power back on, but the back speakers didn't play any sound. So I proceeded to turn off the power and switch back to A, then the back speakers had sound but not as loud as the front speakers. Then I switched the setting back to AB but forgot to turn the power off before doing so, I spoke to kenwood support and they told me I need to reset the amp, but I don't know how to do this, and if anyone could explain why the back speakers wouldn't work on AB, that would be great also. Thanks.
OK I believe there is a small indented "Reset Button" around somewhere on the back of the unit, With the unit powered ON, & using a small diameter implement, straightened paper clip etc, press IN the button and this should "Reset" ya unit. This may indeed fix all your problems as the Unit "Reads" the speakers at turn on.
Posted on Aug 08, 2007
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