Question about Eclipse SW9102 Car Subwoofer
Hello, while I think that one of my subs had been damaged by an amplifier who was not working correctly. The amplifier damage only one of my subs!! Now, when I press the subs when all is off, it is ok no sound. But the other subs make a little sound when I press it. And when it play the subs seem to make a little sound like a wink wink, but it play louder as the other.. but I am scare that the sub will maybe in the future broke if I continue to use it, or there is a way to fix this problem?? Thanks again!! Sam
The one sub that you described is gone, there should be no reistance at all when you push on them. It sounds like you got your gains set to high on that amp (maybe the amp is underated for your subs). When you turn up the gain to high your cause your amp to distort and it can get as bad as sending a pure DV current to the sub. That DV current will blow subs because of all the force directed in one direction. If you think about it the amp takes a DC current and turns it into a AC current which creates the frequecy (rate at which it alternates) that alternating current pushes and then pulls on the sub keeping it within its boundries.
Posted on Mar 25, 2007
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