Question about Alphasonik PSW112C Alpha 100 Series 12" 460 Watts Subwoofer Car Speaker
I was going down the freeway one day an my speakers just went out. i thought it was my amp so i went an had it check, they said it wasn't my amp. so they check my subs it was the subs.
It may not be the subs, but the amp could have caused the subs blowing/freezing up. If an amp is clipped it will send to much voltage to the subs, thus blowing the subs. Clipping the amp is when someone sets the gains on the amp to higher than the sub can handle. Find this out before you buy new subs. If not, you may have blown subs again.
Posted on Oct 18, 2012
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