when to know your speakers are blown?

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  1. Eric_M

    Eric_M Stunt Coordinator

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    Is there a way to know your speakers are blown or damaged other than the obvious clue which would be no sound coming from the speaker?

    Is there some test or some other way of knowing?
     
  2. Greg*go

    Greg*go Supporting Actor

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    Sometimes you'll still get sound, but it'll sound awfully bad... [​IMG] ... Meaning a lot of extra noises of things hitting each other that shouldn't hit each other. You can always tell by ear when a speaker is blown..
     
  3. Cam S

    Cam S Screenwriter

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    You'll often hear the speaker sound as though it's hitting somethine hard whenever it is turned up a bit, a good sign it's been put to rest.
     

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