Question about Sony Xplode P5 Turbo Subwoofers Car Speaker
I have xs ld125 p5's and they stopped working. i confirmed that the amp worked by plugging in other speakers. so for some reason the subs won't play at all! they handle up to 1400w max each yet the amp max out is only 800w, not near enogh to blow them. what do you think is wrong and what should i do, and how much will it cost.
Hi heres a simple test check that the wires to these speakers is not just broken or cut , easy check would be to disconnect the wires and test with a Multimeter against each pair of wires , or better yet a simpler test is an AA size battery across the speaker wires should give a crackling sound , that will show you that they are good . If these 2 fail , your speakers are blown.Surprisingly an overpowered amp will blow speakers much easier than one thats not...It will cost you quite a bit ... .
Posted on Mar 29, 2007
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