Question about Lanzar HTG244 Car Audio Amplifier
Beleive it or not, you probably need a bigger amp for the levels you are trying to acheive. If you regularly crank it and the amp gets driven to clipping, the square wave produced when the amp runs out of steam will burn the voice coils in your speakers. Best solution is to be sure you are delivering CLEAN power, not distorted or overdriven. It can be a bit hard to tell at high levels. Putting an oscillascope on your speaker outputs and check for clipping at the highest level you run is a good way of checking. Then set your max levels for that so that you cannot overdrive the amp. Clean undistorted power wont burn your speakers.
If you have variable LPF or a crossover, check the frequencies you are using also., Cross them over too high, and you will cook the voice coils also
Posted on May 06, 2008
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