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    Water damage

    Hello, just found out two days ago that theres a leak somewhere in my driver side window seal. I looked at my rainbow slx265s and the coil was SOAKED. I put in one of my buddies older jl speakers and it was my lucky week and it rained again last night so the "new" speaker is most likely wet. Can running it wet hurt my amp? Im going to purchase some waterproof baffles to solve the problem asap but in the mean time i just want to know if the water on the speaker (on the terminals coil and magnet) can damage my amp in any way. On a side note, does anyone know if speaker baffles need to give each speaker a different amount of space to work optimally and not reduce sq? Thanks







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    Re: Water damage

    on the baffles you buy, cut a tiny piece out of them in the back like under the speaker, otherwise prepare for ****** sound.



    IM GONNA FIRE MY LAZER AND SUCH.

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