Question about Sony XS-V1342A Coaxial Car Speaker
I have this hooked to a 600w explod amp. All i get from my speakers is bass. Can anyone tell me if this sounds like a certain problem that can easily be fixed? I have no idea what to look for, or if my speakers are blown :(.
You amp has a low pass filter turned on. There should be a switch to turn it off on the amp, otherwise you need a different amp. Be careful, 600 watts is WAY over the v1342a's rated power of 45 watts rms. If you turn it up too loud, that amp will easily blow your speakers.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
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