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I have a marine audio set up with six 6.5" Kicker speakers, a Kicker TB sub, and an 800 watt, 5 channel amp connected to a Kicker KMC10 head unit. Everything was professionally installed 3 months ago and it sounds great. This past week the rear speakers only have lost most volume and they sound tinny. There is some sound coming out, but no where near the volume of the front speakers. I've checked the wiring to the amp and the head unit and I can't find any lose wires. Any ideas what I should check next? I don't see a fuse on the amp, only on the power supply line. Are there fuses that would impact the speakers anywhere? What else would cause this issue, any ideas?

Any help would be appreciated very much!

Jim
 

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Sounds like you blew something probably not the speakers since issue involves both of them but don't rule them out...... try testing components individually to eliminate them one at a time ( Note: you will need a test amp and speakers to accomplish this ), this will eliminate bad equipment.
After completing this and you have determined they all work properly check for a short to ground in both the speaker wires and the cables between the head unit and the amp.
If you still are having issue then you should check the ground from power source to head unit and amp ( Note head unit and amp should be connected to the same ground and be connected directly to the battery )

I hope this helps.... Good Luck!
 
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