Question about Sony Xplod (P589) Car Subwoofer
I bridged my subs they worked for a while and then quite working after about a month.
i have 2 12" 1300w
with a 1000w sony amp.
i dont think they are blown because they dont move at all.
i dont kno what to do!!!!
It could be the rca outputs on your deck...Try new ones
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Disconnect both subwoofers and a. get someone who has an ohmmeter to check speaker resistance which should be around 4 ohms or no meter B get hold of a D Dell battery 1.5v and connect across pos and neg speaker terminals cone should move in or out depnding on polarity pos to pos forward excursion if voice coil is not cooked or seized ...if speaker dead no movement wait 10 years till you can appreciate moderate bass and not duuf duuf then replace the speaker and you will have no further problems Most car speakers are rated in RAT Watts but in reality they perform like little mosey watts ataraxia
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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