Question about Sony Xplod (P589) Car Subwoofer
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Yes the amp may be too powerful for the speakers but I doubt the protect signal. Let's just hope that the protect is working for you may damage the speaker if it ain't. I don't think that the speaker is faulty for there's no distorted sound even on high volume right? It's quite normal for the speaker to heat up but not to the extent that it will burn you.
Please have the amp be checked if everything is normal plus have a good look on the protect for I suspect that it's not working.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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