Question about Pioneer TS-W256C Car Subwoofer
On some songs with deep low base my amp will switch to protected and i will have to turn off my cd player and turn back on for it to start playing again. It doesnt do it on all songs, it does best on songs with short burst's of base Do you think i just need more power to my amp or is it the subs cant handle the base
Let me take a stab at it There are two types of resistance... Static and dynamic. These resistance change depending on the position of the cone. Now im guessing the short bursts of bass are not small ones. If the cones are forced further than allowed the resistance of the combinded drivers may drop below the rated impediance for the amp...causing the amp to into protection to keep itself from over driving itself (the less reistance a amp sees the more power it will produce, till it essential blows itself up)
Posted on Mar 25, 2007
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