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    HOW TO FRY A SUB with 120 VOLTS?????

    I have an old worn out sub that it tried to plug into a wall outlit and all it does is trip the breaker. its a 4 ohm DVC dont know if that matters but I just wanted to know if this really works because i always hear about it and i wanted to get it on video just for th hell of it but i cant achive devistation!!
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    Re: HOW TO FRY A SUB with 120 VOLTS?????

    put it in the dryer outlet or the oven outlet. or a generator a 220v or more. Home theater amps only pull 10-15a but are 2000w and 120v. Or maby a neon transformer 10,000v+ (commercial use).




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    Re: HOW TO FRY A SUB with 120 VOLTS?????

    Jmac put it straight forward - he knows what he's doing so listen to him...even on blowing subs. Lol. Make sure ya get a video of it if ya can.



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    Re: HOW TO FRY A SUB with 120 VOLTS?????

    Quote Originally Posted by jer_stud56
    Make sure ya get a video of it if ya can.
    X2,,, if i ever get a worn out sub, imma film it.



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