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HowardSa 1st July 2010 04:46 PM

Kenwood KAC-941 - Pinout for power plug?
 
Hello everyone. I have an old KAC-941 amp but I cannot find the main power plug. It has 5 pins, but I think two of them are common 12V in and two are common ground. I'm assuming the single fifth is a remote 'turn on'. I'm not a pro with electronic, more like 'knows just enough to be dangerous' :) I don't think the plug is available anymore, but I can place female recepticles on the tabs and all should be good.

Thanks alot everyone,
Howard

Perry Babin 1st July 2010 06:38 PM

If you use an ohm meter, you should find that two of the terminals are directly connected to the case of the amp. Those are the ground terminals.

There will be two others that are directly connected to the fuses. Those are the B+ terminals.

The remaining terminal will be the remote turn-on.

HowardSa 2nd July 2010 03:37 PM

Thanks for the reply Perry. I'll check tonight. I'm assuming by using the ohm meter, I'm checking for continuity?

Perry Babin 2nd July 2010 04:37 PM

Yes. The meter will read the same as when you touch the probes together when you find the common connections.


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