Was setting input sensitvity and..

osokrayzay
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Hello new to the forums. Was mainly a lurker. Now that i need help i decided to post and hopefully somone is able to help me.

My setup consists of Kenwood kvt-911, jl 1000/1, 450/4, 13w7 slot ported 2.5 cubes tuned at 30hz. Jl audio 5.25 rear and 6x9 doors.

I have had this setup playing nicely for a week. I decided to adjust the sensitivity after reading several thread here. Was following along the jlaudio guidline, I was never able to get past 8,9 volts and my target was 54.7 volts for 3ohms so i gave up and put every setting back the way i had it. Well now I have no output on both my amps, there is power going to them, Green light is on. If i turn it pretty high you can sort of hear it? I dont know what to do now. I checked the rca plugs, gorund wires, settings, im just man i dont know pissed. Please help.

I know its my first post coming in here and asking for help but pls do..

 
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The senisitivity is on low. I was using a bassmekanik cd 50hz sine wave. I dont know if it was recorded at 0db. But my main issue i set everything back the way it was and no sounds from the speakers.

 
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yup i have it on AC and V. I went outside to try againg now i ahve a reading of 0 //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/frown.gif.a3531fa0534503350665a1e957861287.gif . But theres still power.

 

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Go inside and measure your walls voltage. Is it reading like 115v? I'm not so sure your meter isnt a decimal point off, and you arent setting it to 83 volts if you are hearing the switch from source to source.... of course, that could be indicative of another problem.

 
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osokrayzay
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Well messed around with a little more and ran out of sunlight. Imma get up early in the morning and check fuses, wiring , etc, see what i can find. I e-mailed jl see what they say. If any of you guys have any suggetsion on what to do or check pls let me know thx.

 

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Ok, but I still want to know if your multimeter if fubar, or if it is a component in your system is fubar. Did you get a wall socket measurement?

What HU are you running?

 
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osokrayzay
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New mutlimeter. Just bought it today. I dont know whats messed up, something is tho //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/smile.gif.1ebc41e1811405b213edfc4622c41e27.gif. Wall socket read out 122. 4 volts. HU =kennwood Excelon KVT-911

 
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