Question about Dual XINBP212 Car Subwoofer
Ok so i just got some new wires and the wieres and the hookup is fine but im pretty sure there is some wires touching in the back part of the sub and are making it smoke...but i dont know gow to get to the back part of the sub box...or how to fix it?
Most likly if its smoking, and you replased your wires then your speeker coweols may have moved together from overdriving the subs and are slighly tuching. Wich would mean you need to just get new ones. Im looking to buy some of theas and that is something severol people have been having problems with from over driving the subs. ps. sry bout the spelling, lol
Posted on Jan 27, 2007
Go through the front end and remove speakers
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
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