Question about Legacy Audio LA1030 Car Audio Amplifier
Check the specs on the required ohms for the speakers. If it calls for 8 ohms and your speaker is 4, then you are pulling twice the normal current and this has blown an output transistor.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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