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Tweeters fading out

My problem is this.my system consist of this,mb quart components up front,mb quart add a woofer in rear doors and bass tube and eclipse 4/5 channel amp,pioneer headunit.when listening for about 15 min.at high volume the tweeters will begin to start fading out,so i drop the volume level down and they start to come back and i have to leave it at that volume level which is somewhat low.. is there a fix

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  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2006

    problem resolved to much gain and distortion going through fronts

  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2007

    mitco39,the problem

  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2007

    mitco39,i will try your solution.but one thing turn on hpf on head unit or amp or both??

  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2007

    one other thing set hpf to what 50,80,125 on headunit and what about the amp

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Turn on the HPF it will definatly clear up the sound.

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The manual shows one polarity on the sketch of the crossover's input terminals, yet the schematic below it shows the complete opposite polarity!
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