Question about Alpine CDA-9847 CD Player
You could have damaged the speaker, try another speaker or buy a volt meter and check the speaker ohms. You could also set the meter to read A/C voltage and put each lead to the positive and negative speaker output on the amp and see if the amp is outputing any voltage. Hopefully it is just the speaker and not the amp.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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