Speakers cutting in and out? Have a factory amp under your passenger s
Posted 20 September 2011 - 03:08 PM
Lo and behold, before I even threw in the 6x9's (I threw in the 6.5's at the yard) the speakers stopped cutting out. I'm not too sure if it's because the older 6.5's I had in the doors before were kind of blown, overloading the amp? I dunno if that's even possible; or if the premium speakers were just meant to be run with the factory amp. All I know is that after a speaker swap out, I drove 20-25 minutes home without a cutout.
If anyone can explain this to me, I'd appreciate it. The factory amp, even in the FSM is a total grey area and I couldn't really find any documentation on it. Meh, everything works as it should now. Hopefully this will help someone out down the road.
Posted 20 September 2011 - 09:54 PM
Posted 21 September 2011 - 06:24 AM
I thought it might've also been something in the speakers causing the problem as well, however when there was a cut-out, BOTH front speakers cut out at the same time. If the " speakers capacitors or voice coil" would totally interrupt the output line to the speakers I could see this being the problem. However I would've just thought that it would've cut out that single speaker that had the bad parts, not both speakers.
I'm so far behind in the audio game, I'm just referring to previous electrical experience. I may be totally wrong lol. Thanks for chiming in though. I may end up googling the inside of speakers as I've never opened one up before. Maybe I can find the answer there. (Hate leaving problems solved without an explanation)
EDIT: Guess I got a little overzealous with my system, cranked it up too loud and blew
Edited by ecs, 26 September 2011 - 08:53 AM.