I burned my speakers.

makkem

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Hi
You will need to open up the sub where the power supply is located and see if there is a fuse.
It is possible that it has just blown a fuse.
If there is no fuse then the power supply is probably fried and this may have also taken out the amplifier and speakers themselves.
Unless you have the equipment and ability to fault find at component level it will almost certainly be cheaper and better to just purchase new speakers considering how cheap they are.
 

sizzling

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What speakers are you talking about? Is the power supply/Amp separate? If the Amp/power supply is separate then chances are just replacing that will be enough. If the power supply and amp integrated then its time to buy some new speakers. Your only small hope is you blew a fuse, try changing the fuse in the plug but if that does not work it is most likely you fried something.
 

makkem

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Hi
You will need to open up the sub where the power supply is located and see if there is a fuse.
It is possible that it has just blown a fuse.
If there is no fuse then the power supply is probably fried and this may have also taken out the amplifier and speakers themselves.
Unless you have the equipment and ability to fault find at component level it will almost certainly be cheaper and better to just purchase new speakers considering how cheap they are.
 

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