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    Burnt Tweets, whos fault?

    I found out I burnt up my tweets, they are running off a JL 300/4. But I went and looked at the X-overs and the Tweet was to +3dB, should the blame be put on the shop for setting it that high? or on me for listening to me music loud everywhere.



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    Re: Burnt Tweets, whos fault?

    the crossover settings are probably the way that they came out of the box

    you're not going to get free speakers, i gaurantee it

    so i wouldn't waste time worrying about who's fault it is




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    Re: Burnt Tweets, whos fault?

    that just means your tweet is gonna be +3 louder than the woofer... that doesnt mean they're gonna get more power from the amp or anything... the shop is not to blame for that




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    Re: Burnt Tweets, whos fault?

    Definitely not the shops fault unless you specifically told them to leave the tweet at 0dBs.





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