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Gemsound power speaker

Hi guys having problem with speaker when I try to power it up it makes a loud humming noise for a few seconds then it repeatedly blows the fuse. where can I get parts for Gemsound products. thanks

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  • sempron Apr 07, 2008

    the speaker is PXA 105 Gemsound power speaker I use it for small gigs it has a horn and 10" speaker. hope you can help.

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Have no idea but what kinda speaker is it for a car or a house if for a car then u might have hooked it up wrong or the coil is blown hopes this helps

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