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Help me with speaker choices so I don't blow them

Discussion in 'Backline' started by DullElysium, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. DullElysium

    DullElysium Member

    Oct 15, 2010
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    so I have a Carlsbro Powerline pro2000 amp Like this one here

    And I had connected some speakers someone had made himself. Now the drivers in the speakers blew instantly. We didn't replace them because we had one active speaker that could handle all the high end. But now the rest of the speakers have been fried. It's the center of the speaker that seems to warm up and break (don't know the name in english).

    So the speakers consisted of 2xmgr-f 12", 2xmgr-f 10" and a paudio pa-d25 driver on both sides (left and right). First I was told this amp would be fine with the speakers but now I'm pretty sure they're not working well together.

    A friend of mine said this should work: 2xHP-12W + Pa-D25

    It's for our rehearsal space and the mgr:s were sounding good enough while they lasted but maybe you can help me before I go and get new speakers.

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