Question about Rockford Fosgate Car Audio & Video
Fosgate T800.4ad 4 ch amp right front channel fries every speaker I connect to it while there are no such problems with the other 3 channels. What could be the cause of this problem. I connect speaker to that channel and it puffs up and begins to smoke. Help! Thanks in advance
Question: what starts to smoke, the speaker or the amp? I'm assuming it's the amp. It cant be a fuse because that's what fuses are for to cut the power on an overload or surge. I would have a look at you circuit board for the amp My guess is what you;ll find is a burnt spot on the board and that will tell you what component is bad and needs replacing. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
Testimonial: "It's the Speaker that starts to smoke. The amp doesn't Smoke and that channel gives off powerand plays music through the speaker, but for some reason it burns every speaker I hook up to it. The speaker will puff up and stay puffed until it burns out."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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