Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You probably blew out the sub, the larger speakers are more at risk to distortion are high output levels. The amp can no longer maintain its true output and begins passing voltage to the sub and the cone over travels or the winding burns out. You can try gently pushing on the sub membrane to see if it moves in and out easily, it may be stuck and you can free it up. If that doesn't work, remove from system and check the coil with an ohm meter resistance. it should read a low ohm value. If high value, it's blown and you need a replacement. It is also possible you blew the network that sends the lows to the sub and the high to the mid range and tweeters, check the sub first.
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