Question about Samson Resolv 65a Main / Stereo Speaker
Not good. you may have a blown amplifier. To check this, put a volt meter across the speaker terminals with the amp hooked up and off. Turn the amp on with the volume set to minimum and check for any voltage at the speakers. you should have no DC voltage (less than .1 volt) at the speakers. hope this helps
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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