Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Overdriving the tweeter or using an improper crossover are usually how tweeters get blown. It is always BETTER / SAFE to get speakers (tweeters) that are rated higher than the amps.Try connecting a standard automotive bulb in series between the crossover output and the tweeter. This bulb will light up a little bit and absorb excessive power going to the tweeter.but when the bulb lights up, at that time there will be bit low sound/volume noticed. ------------- Also if its blowing when volume is too high or on bass mode when volume is high, then turn the volume down when you turn it on.If the volume is on high and you turn on the unit.Then it gives direct **** to the tweeters and it blows the tweeters.-------------- You don't have to power off the amp, you can just turn the volume control all the way down. The spike generated by that pop will break the wire connecting the voice coil to the terminal. ------------ check out.Keep updated.Thanks.helpmech.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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