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When I push ON button I see in display " protect" mode...


It could be a short in your speaker wire or the crossover in your speakers.

1) Turn off your unit and disconnect your speaker wires at the amp, if the protect is no longer displayed when the unit is turned back on, check the connections on the speakers. If you do not visually see a short on the speaker wire connection, turn off the unit and disconnect the wires at the speaker and isolate them so they do not touch then connect the speaker wires at the amp. Turn on the amp and see if the protect is on. If it is on, the wire has a short somewhere in the line. If the protect is off then suspect the speaker has a short in the voice coil or crossover.

2) If the protect is still on after you disconnect the speaker wires at the amp, it could be the power IC in the amp is shorted and needs to be replaced.

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If there is no continuity at the speaker terminals (with the speaker disconnected) then the voice coil is open and the speaker needs to e replaced.

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Blown crossover need replacement


...OK, firstly crossovers are normally in the speaker encloures themselves so this should not really be in this catagory and secondly, give us some more info. Amplifier brand and model number. Speaker Brand and model number, any ratings of watts or ohmage...
It's like sayin "light blown, need a new one"

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Where can I get peavey replacement parts for sp4 speakers? Need to replace the internal board.


The internal board is the crossover. Your best bet is to contact Peavey directly. Call them up and select the service department. You can purchase parts directly from them. Have both the model (SP4) and serial number. Because the series has been around for a while, there are slight differences in the crossovers (may not be the case for the SP4, bt was for the SP2 series). The serial number will incidate the "run" and insure that you get the proper parts.

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Home audio is typically 8 ohms. If the speakers you used were designed for mobile audio then this would be why the receiver is overheating. You may be overloading the output

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Integrate computer (huge MP3 library) into home theater sound (AIWA's fantastic speakers)


Sounds like the wiring for the speakers has been modified to bypass the crossover. Best to open up the speakers and see if there is a crossover. Both speakers should be wired to a crossover and the crossover wired to the speaker out on the amp. Crossovers can be bought from Jaycar in Aust or Madisound in US

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Crossover?


A crossover is a circuit that breaks down a whole spectrum of frequencies into groups. For example, your speaker has 3 individual speakers (drivers) in it. There is a woofer, mid and tweeter. A crossover will send the appropriate frequencies to each of the drivers. The woofer can not reproduce high frequencies so it doesn't make sense to send them there. The sam can be said for low frequencies and the tweeter. The crossover point defines the splitting point of the frequencies. Depending upon what sub-woofer you are using usually the crossover freqwuency is either 80 or 100. Most often it is 100.

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I have a 400 watt speaker and the board in not working and the the speakers and everything else is working good but i think that it the board inside the speaker.


the board that you are talking about is the crossover, does any of the speaker work the woofer or tweeter or midrange drivers? If the woofer does not work then take out the woofer and take the wires that attach to the speaker on the back and hook them directly to the speaker that you took out if it plays you need to replace the crossover in the speaker, this should be easy, just call the company that makes the speaker and order a new crossover, you can do this also with the speaker if there is no sound when you hook it up direct.

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Blown crossover in a Peavey Pro-Sub 15" speaker cab. Can this be repaired? If not, where can I get a new crossover? I went to Peavey's web site and this particular crossover isn't on there.


Yes it can be repaired. Your best bet is to locate an authorized Peavey service center and order the crossover from there. Most will sell the replacement crossover directly. The cost of the individual parts will not be significantly less than the entire module. Are you sure that it is the crossover that is smoked? It is unusual for the crossovers to go bad. What is the symtom of the speaker failure?

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I have purchased brand new Jamo speakers A 320. Front and surround measure with ohm meter open circuit. Centre speaker Measure impedance 6 ohms. Is this a normal,i have also checked another set of the...


Most better low frequency speakers (woofers) measure about 6 ohms because the addition of crossover will bring the impedance up to 8 ohms. Even without the crossover, 6 ohms will not harm the amp or speakers

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