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Amp keeps blowing speakers

Will at a job amp seemed liked it spiked and blew both woofers grant you the were technical pros boom 215 rated at1650 watts the amp is behringer 2500 second pair its happend to its costing more money than im making

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If the amp blew the speakers , it sounds like the amp pumped HIGH levels of DC voltage into the speakers.

Get another amp and not Behringer,not Pyle,not Gemsound and not Numark.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009


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