I have Alpine type-r spr-17lp speakers running on 50 rms per speaker. My front left speaker has been giving me problems in that it hisses with a high screech usually during a high pitch in a song. It also is affected very badly when someone is talking on the radio. I have had these speakers for 6 months and i would think that they would last longer than that. If u can help i would greatly appreciate it. Also if it results in buying a new speakers what do u recommend. Thanks for the help.
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Re: hissing in speaker
I would contact http://www.simplyspeakers.com amd see if theres a repair thats feasable to do with this speaker and tell them what you got and what you wanna do and they will assist you in getting the speaker fixed or replaced with what you want and for the price you want. Good Luck
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get the alpine ktp445 mini amp ,it should be compatible (check your manual for your HU it will say ) its a plug and play install and you will hear a great improvement as I did and still got mine with the alpine cda 117 .
If you hook 2-4 ohm speakers in parallel that will divide Z into 2 ohms. That will pull a lot of power and drive hard the amp. So if you have 4 channel outputs and had 8 speakers that would be the same. If you have 4 speakers and 2 outputs then 2 per output or if you have an odd number you would have to put one in series with the other 2. Series means you hook output + to spkr+ then spkr- to spkr+ of the next, while parallel is keep the same polarity across them and in not so much of a loop. I hope this helps.
The six 1/2 speakers are your woofers,connect the positive and negative wires from the speaker to the 2 connections labeled on the crossover as W(woofer)+ pos and W(woofer) -- neg,hook the tweeters to the crossover connections labeled T(tweeter)+ pos and T(tweeter) -- neg,then hookup the 2 remaining connections labeled Amp to your amplifier,amp must be 2 or 4 channel stereo capable and give out enough power to properly drive the speakers so they achieve optimal performance.
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