now i know the answer but i want to get some real guys in here to answer this to prove my point. the deremark that started this debate is " No speaker, in the history of speakers, has ever been blown by too little power. Ever. I don't care what your friend told you, he's a dirty liar"
: mike your a newb. you dont know how to install. lol. speakers do blow from being under powered by the way... they distort, clip, heat up, coils seize.. if any one is not classified as a newb its me. i may not be able to explain perameter's; however, explain to me audio format
How does a speaker clip from too little power? What actuallly happens is ur average bestbuy customer underpowers a speaker with a small amp and keeps cranking the volume to get the desired loudness which in return sends a clipped/dirty signal to the speaker which then causes the heat up of the coil. Has nothing to do with the actual amount of power the speaker is seeing. If this was the case then you couldn't drive around listening to ur subwoofers at low volume oor it would blow. You must not have kept reading...ask ANY real audio person as long as you don't clip the amp you can power any speaker with any amount of power
also he keeps saying "if a speaker is underpowered and turned above normal listening volume then it blows." i told him only becaus the amp starts to clip and sends a dirty signa to the sub.
now please post you8r response with actual facts and explain your answer please as i plan to link this to him