Question about Car Audio & Video
Your overdriving the Subs and burning up the voice coils. Its really not worth fixing. It almost costs the same to fix as to buy a new one. Set you Amp gain down low. Then crank up the volume with a bass test. Slowly crank up the gain until you get some distortion. Then reduce the gain slightly. You will be set then to crank it up to the distortion level and not blow you speakers. Open a can of whoopass on anyne the cranks up on your gain. It will be costing you another set of MTX's.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
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