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Other uses can u use the speakers in a car?

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  • calle1113 Aug 10, 2008

    can u use the speakers on a car

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Lol yes you can i have the reciever hooked up to a 300W inverter and the speakers behind the seats in my truck and it sounds amazing though it is kind of a "ghetto" thing but it works and sounds amazing just hook the speaker wire into the back of the reciever start your car plug the inverter in and enjoy... theres a catch though if it happens to turn off randomly its not the receiver you might just have it too loud. my advice is to buy an inverter with an external fuse on it so you dont blow the fuse in your car. the inverter i have has a warning beeper on to tell me that i am using more power than it can handle so i just simply turn the volume down on the reciever but if it turns off i just unplug the inverter and plug back in and turn the volume down as soon as the reciever turns on hope that helps you

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    Ryan Krampp Feb 25, 2010

    also dont buy an inverter lower than 300W it will still work but not as good try 300W or higher if you can find one

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Sure just be carefull how much power you put into them!
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