WTH... Ok... I had a pair of Seas Tweets 27TAFNC/G, a button on my amp that sent low freqs to all speakers was pressed when I hooked up the first set and they blew, obviously lol..
Well, the second set ran fine for months by setting the gain by ear.. well, I went to adjust them with the DMM, and I had a CD with a 7khz tone that lasted 15 seconds playing.. well, I was turning the gain up (trying to set the voltage to 18.7 which is 88 watts on 4 ohm speakers) and they stopped playing. They won't even make noise, the old pair I had made noise but they sounded TERRIBLE like they were farting because they were blown, but the new set just STOPPED now..
WTH?! How did these blow? They were crossed at 3.2khz at 12db/oct and played fine!!!! The only thing I could think of was when the 15sec tone would start over it would pop, but that was NOT when the tweeters stopped, it was while I was turning gain up in the middle of the tone!!
AHH!!! I ordered my third pair..
EDIT:: Forgot this, but while I was turning the gain up (dunno if it was before or after they stopped, because I thought it was just my earplugged ears messing with me when they stopped so I kept adjusting) in SUPER small increments it jumped from 18.0ish to 19.5 or 20 so I turned it back down real quick, but even then, assuming that SOMEHOW blew them, that's only like 90-105 watts and these can handle 220 WATT BURPS.. wtf..