Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Your hookup is electrically sound but perhaps it is distortion that is killing the tweeter rather than raw power. And I doubt there are many consumer tweeters out there that could handle 70 watts in their pass band anyway.
I've never heard of a circuit breaker that was rated in watts. Amps (current) maybe.
Peruse this discussion, especially the last comment...
What IS the rated power dissipation spec for the tweeters youi keep killing?
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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