Question about Alpine Type-R SWR-1042D Car Subwoofer
Some times you cant visually see if a speaker is "blowed up". Many times (especially with new subs) the voice coil can burn out due to being worked too hard, too much voltage, or too little voltage. most manufacturers recommend not using the sub at max for several days to brake it in. that said, check (with an ohm meter) tho see if it has the proper resistance flowing through the sub. Next i would (assuming you have it hooked up to an amp) check the amp and make sure it is functioning properly...
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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