What's wrong with my system v2

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  1. PharCyde

    PharCyde New Member

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    I was making a 3 hour trip a couple months ago cruising on the highway with the windows down, so of course I had to crank up the music high.

    I ended up blowing two speakers and the fuse in my amp :o

    So I replaced the fuse but my subs barely worked. They didn't have the BOOM it once had. Just kinda sounded like normal speakers so I thought the front two speakers being blown might be effecting this. I replaced the two speakers and still my subs suck. It actually seems the front two has more bass than my subs. The subs aren't blown because I checked it with my older ones and they are doing the same thing.

    Could I something else I don't know about be doing this?
     
  2. Ry4n

    Ry4n OG Lurker

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    Sounds like something went bad with your amp, especially if you hooked up different subs to it. Check to see if the new fuse has blown already.
     
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    PharCyde New Member

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    Nope fuse is fine
     
  4. DaddyThirdLeg

    DaddyThirdLeg SMASH puny humans

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    fuse might have blown after the damage was already done to your amp, try it in someone elses car with different subs, if its the same your amp is done
     

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