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Hey i need help. I have a Boss amp and i wonder if i will be able to use these tweeters i want to buy


On the Boss amp, you will need to use rated ohm speakers for each channel. Cross reference the amp for detailed specs.

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How do i wire up the soundstream sst-05 bullet tweeter ?


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The capacitor is wired in series. See the above diagram. The capacitor for the tweeter is ' C1'. These crossover capacitors are non-polarized, so it does not matter which direction the capacitor is placed in the circuit.

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I am new in twitter , i enrolled already with a password, now people wnats to " follow me in twitter ", i entered in their invitation e mail but i cannot complete to a conclusion, i dont...


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Think of Tweeter as a text message to the world. You enter a short message (usually followed by a link to a website with more information on the subject you're Tweeting about. For example, if you enjoy finding out about new apps for a particular cell phone you can Tweet' that (for example) a new Flash player for the iPhone 4 is now available - along with the URL of the download.

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Don't worry about the invitations. If people are interested in your Tweets' and want to follow you, on Tweeter they will.

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Hello, My CLSC-6C speakers make "scratching"


Most likely it is a rubbing voice coil in either the midrange driver or the tweeter. The only way to repair is to replace the bad driver or tweeter with a new part. Contact CV for replacement parts costs. Replacing parts in most speakers is usually easy to do if you have rudimentary tools and skills. Most connections are made with "faston" slip on/off connectors so a soldering iron is usually not needed.

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If my super bullet titanium is blown, then, how do I replace the diaphram?


http://www.diysubwoofers.org/ read that hole thing its not easy and will take you a while better off just buying a new one

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No noise comes out


if its a cheesy tweeter and you got it from your friend, or u just took it out of your car, then it is probably blown, meaning no good anymore, so should replace it with new 1.

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I dont know how to install tweeters


only if they have a crossover attached if you dont they will blow up!

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Re: Quad 11L tweeter doesn't work


If you sure it is working and new then ,maybe connection error,try to review the hooked up connection maybe there might be interchange;

Just click and choose whatever connection you want;


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