Question about MA Audio EHO152 15" 5000 Watts Subwoofer Car Speaker
When I turn the volume up and have the bass turn high (low frequency) my sub woofer starts to distort at certain low frequencies. Can this be caused by exceeding the power rating of the speaker or not enough airspace in the speaker enclosure?
If your box is ported and is not made exactly for that sub then the hertz the box is tuned to will not be right and your sub will start to distort when it hits the low lows. If you need a box made for your specific sub, i can build one and ship it for money if you or anyone else needs one email me at email@example.com
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
There are several causes of distortion in an audio setup.
1) Speaker is unable to handle the frequency that it's being fed
2) The volume is too high for the speaker to handle
3) The amp can't provide enough power to drive the speaker adequately.
Either way distortion is BAD & best to be avoided unless you want an excuse to buy a new set of speakers :P
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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