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kavaninho wrote:Well from what you said in the the first half I would have trusted that the installer knew what he was doing and actively crossed the system. When the system was altered, did the installer ran all the woofers off 2 channels and all the tweets of the other 2 channels? If not, you were bound to be blown without the passives installed
So youre saying both the woofers and tweeters are blown on the frontstage?
nervewrecker wrote:What deck?
kavaninho wrote:Strange that the woofer blew too..... Did you test the components to ensure that they bite the dust?
racedriverpro wrote:Pretty much what those guys said...how did the speakers sound? Any mid bass at all when they were working? If not speakers could have been overdriven (too much powah) without u noticing. Removing those crossovers probably just opened the flood Gates of power to those speakers without u noticing due to the crossover adjustments on the deck/amp.
BlackOps2 wrote:nervewrecker wrote:What deck?
nervewrecker wrote:Is your deck in network mode? Just asking
I dont understand what you said when you stated that the amp is connected to the front speakers, morel speakers and tweeters. Is everything hooked up together in parallel?BlackOps2 wrote:BlackOps2 wrote:nervewrecker wrote:What deck?
What additional info you need on the woofer?
SR wrote:Your "reputable" installer screwed u over. As well as gain setup seems wrong as well. Volume level10 on a pioneer deck is very soft.
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