Kenwood amp and subs


car audio noob
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Hi I am a noob when it comes to car audio but I recently purchased a kenwood Kac-7202 920 watt amp, two 10" kfc - w2509 700watt subs and a q-logic sub box. I wanted to know if this is a decent set up and if this amp is powerful enough to power the subs I would also like to know your opinions of the quality of sound. Just to let you know I payed around $300 for everything.

New member
Username: Joe_c

Oakwood, Ga

Post Number: 10
Registered: Mar-05
you get what you pay for bro but ok for starts

Bronze Member
Username: Rds11

Louisville, Kentucky

Post Number: 90
Registered: Nov-04
Kenwood's stuff is around mid grade. for a noob, that is a great way to start seriously. Its not expensive and you get experience. My 1st system was less than that. Take that and gain experience and knowledge and do research so that when that one breaks down or if u are tired of it then you will know what you want in your next one.

Since u r a noob I dont know if u are giving me the peak or rms ratings. The RMS rating is far more important than peak, peak is practically useless because u never attain peak power

car audio noob
Unregistered guest
Amp is 920W peak output @ 4 ohms,
bridged 460W x 2 peak output @ 2 ohms
300W x 2 peak output @ 4 ohms
460W RMS (continuous), bridged
150W RMS (continuous) x 2 @ 4 ohms
230W RMS (continuous) x 2 @ 2 ohms
High-pass/low-pass selectable crossover;
bass boost
Cast-aluminum heat sink with aluminum dress plate
Toroidal noise suppression filter
Gold-plated terminals
Subs are
Product Height 10-7/8"
Product Width 10-7/8"
Product Weight 8-1/2lbs.
Product Length 5-1/4"
Woofer Size 10"
Woofer Material Pearl-mica-filled polypropylene
Magnet Size 145mm x 15mm, 1400 g
Magnet Type Double magnets
Continuous Power Handling 175 watts
Peak Power Handling 700 watts
Impedance 4 ohms
Connection Type Screw-binding terminals
Number of Voice Coils Single
Efficiency 91dB
Frame Material Stamped metal
Surround Material High-roll foam

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