Question about Car Audio & Video
You likely have a speaker with a swollen voice coil. Voice coil becomes hot due to under powered amp being clipped. Voice coils swells and rubbs. shoteing amp output causing amp to go into protect. replace speaker before amp is damaged. The more capacity an amp has wattage rating. the easier it is on speakers. Most speakers are damaged by underpowered amps being clipped rrather that too high of amp reting.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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