Hi good morning,
Im sorry to hear that.
How old is your system?
Also is it just the Sub that cuts out, or almost all the sound?
Thanks for all that useful info.
On this one you have a bad electrolytic capacitor, they are electronic components that will cause this effect when they fail.
Its causing an overload condition but it clears when reset.
Unfortunately, this will need service by a professional car stereo repair technician.
You can check locally for one, there are many in most locations;-)
Most shops that install them also repair these.
I wish I had better news for you I really do.
In any case, I will stick with you until this is complete.
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Hi sorry for the delay,
The Kenwood is pretty tough, and I woudl stick with that one but you can replace it with a Sony MEX-GS610BT - car - CD receiver - in-dash unit - Full-DIN. It is a little less expensive but just as tough and has the same features as your Kenwood.
You could also find an exact replacement out there, they are still available, please see:
I hope that helps you decide?
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