Question about Earthquake Sound IW-803 Main / Stereo Speaker
Many amplifiers protect against a short and against an open. They are looking for speaker resistance within limits. Your wire to the speaker may be too long or too thin. You may have hooked up more than 1 speaker per output causing too low resistance. Keep your wires short as possible and use 12 or larger gauge wire if you are driving large wattage speakers. Check the ohm rating on your speakers and compare them with what the amplifier calls for. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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