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MY AMPPLIFIER KEEPS BLOWING THE FUSES WHEN IT REACHES HIGH VOL. i HAVE IT BRIDGED WITH THREE 10" SPEAKERS.

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LOOK THE SPEAKER AND IMPEDANCE WILL SAME TO OUTPUT OF AMPLIFIER OR LOOK FOR THE OTHER SPEAKER WHICH MORE IMPEDANCE,FOR EXAMPLE ,IF YOUR SPEAKER HAVE 4 OHM PUT THE SPEAKER IN SERIE FOR INCREASER THE IMPEDANCE,NEVER CHANGE THE FUSE FOR A TO HIGT.

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