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Kenwood KMR322BT Install


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Posted: July 16, 2019 at 2:40 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote jt1313
Hello everyone! I have a marine stereo configuration question. I've installed a Kenwood KMR322Bt head unit to a JL M700 Amp that is running a JL subwoofer, and a set of JL7.5 and JL 6.5's aft (outside) these speakers were wired through the amp and they sound great....my problem or question is the front (cabin) speakers I wired directly through the head unit giving me no control over volume, fade balance etc......I'm guessing I wired it wrong....any suggestions?
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Do the cabin speakers play at all? Which wires of the radio did you connect them to?

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