Question about Car Audio & Video
Check for blown speakers or shorts in the wiring. you may find a driver in a cabinet is blown but the other drivers still work. use a digital multimeter, check the impeadence of each driver or speaker box. it should be in the range of 6 - 8 ohms depending on the speaker. if its 4 ohms or lower it could be the wrong kind of speaker in the enclosure or a blown driver.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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