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    Component Problem

    I have 4 Memphis PR components ran off of a jl e4300....

    the problem I am running into is at any given time, my rear left speaker will randomly get extremely louder than the others.... I have checked the impedance and every speaker is reading out 4.1 ohm, and I am just curious of why this may be happening.

    There is nothing lose and the speaker isnt blown....any ideas?



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    Re: Component Problem

    subscribed...because i would like to know



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    Re: Component Problem

    me too....



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    Re: Component Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by btdickey99 View Post
    me too....
    just a thought, but have you checked the wiring? strays at the amp

    edit: or crossover



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    Re: Component Problem

    I have that same set in my front doors. I would suggest that you check and make sure that your crossover isn't touching bare metal.
    Last edited by Qbenjamin; 03-06-2008 at 07:49 PM.




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