Question about Audio & Video Receivers
Just because the power ratings are close does not mean that you can't overdrive the speakers. If the amp was at max and you really pushed it, the amp could have generated distortion. It is the distortion that usually causes a speaker to fry. Warranties only cover manufacturing defects. If the speaker looks like it was overdriven, that is not a manufacturing defect. It would be considered customer damage. This is an issue that you should take up with a manager if you feel it is a warranty issue.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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