There are many tower speakers with the wires concealed within the collar, such as Wetsounds or HollowPoint. It won't help in this application if you mount to the flat plate. In any case, new...
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Based on past experiences I am concerned about a fully potted charger when used with a heavy load (seriously depleted battery). They tend to cook from not having adequate dissipation. So I would...
Yes it is because a standard cranking battery has little to no tolerance for more than a repetitive surface discharge.
However, a consumer grade deep cycle battery will only give you a long and high...
Yes Class D is generally 60% more efficient than Class AB so you would naturally expect a 60% increase in play time with the same power level before you hit the low voltage threshold. Although...
The smaller 8-inch tube sounds the best although the larger versions will have progressively more output.
The advantage of these are you can get by with a very modest amount of...
It's much better to use a single active crossover filter. If given the option, I would set the source to 'full' and exclusively use the amplifier lowpass filter. I wouldn't want the cascading phase...
The Kicker KM10 is a decent subwoofer but stands no chance in the factory application.
I suspect that the KM10 is a moderately high 'Q' sub that will work just okay in an infinite baffle...
The surfaces of a round pod in particular reflect back against the cone in a very coincidental manner. So you can get a profound peak at one frequency and a profound dip at another. This can add an...
Hold one service entity totally accountable and do not go on to another or upgrade until you are completely satisfied that the initial company did their job.
Everyone is naturally more sensitive and...
If you want to avoid all future B+ supply conflicts and make the use of the selector switch more unconscious, as it should be, then everything (100% of the audio components, the helm buss, and the...
That's unusual that you would have a pronounced whine on the subwoofer amplifier that you do not have on the fullrange or highpass channels of other amplifiers since the sub amplifier lowpass filter...
08-27-2014, 08:50 PM
Quote "That's what happens when you retire. You get old too."
I guess I won't get any sympathy from youth.
08-27-2014, 07:52 PM
Something isn't making sense here. Wetsounds absolutely repairs speakers. Period. And many here have experienced that. The replacement midbass drivers and HLCD diaphragms are very...
A marinized amplifier is an essential if you are in a coastal or very brackish area.
I would prefer that any fan-cooled amplifier has a conformal coating because you are constantly pouring moist...
08-26-2014, 10:05 AM
Yeah, crazy to replace the speakers without hearing them on better power. Source units may be rated at 4 X 50 watts but by the standards used by external amplifiers that would be a more realistic 4 X...
Quote, "He said that the subs are "Front sealed" so they work really well in Marine Apps."
Yes, they have a full-covering front poly dustcap in some cases and the paper cones are simply coated on...
I think it's always important to support your dealer on the brands he sells, especially when you are dependent on him for the build and installation.
Certainly DC Audio and CT Sounds...
Try using the Wetsounds covers. They hold up well.
07-31-2014, 05:02 PM
Independent of the specific noise that you are describing, do these additional LEDs interfere with FM radio reception?
Have you disconnected the recently added single LEDs, going back to the...
07-31-2014, 12:13 PM
The dual 4-ohm voice coil in parallel (net 2-ohm) on a monoblock amplifier is the right choice.
Nothing sounds better than a subwoofer where the power nor driver is over-taxed. The rest is up to...
07-31-2014, 09:07 AM
Yes, 600 watts total whether you wire the voice coils in series or parallel. Either route is fine in order to get the best match with a particular amplifier. The only thing you should not do is use...
Okay, I originally overlooked that because of the 'DC' abbreviation.
Open RCAs can still pick up noise. So use 1/2 a short RCA cable to short the left input to the right input and try again with...
I re-read your OP. Did you indicate that you still have noise on the tower speakers with the input RCAs of the tower amplifier disconnected at the amplifier end?
Under the driver's helm is the best location by a country mile even if you must size the woofer down. That is the only location where you can get direct radiation.
Inside any enclosed locker will...
All correct. It's pointless for me to explain a bunch of steps, the whys and the logic, when we already know the answer.
The source electronics must come off the factory harness and...
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