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    Well here is the situation. I just got all new door speakers for my car and put them in. Well i decided to hook up an amp to it also. The speakers i got are DXi650 I got 4 of them. The amp i got is PA 660. I have had them for a little over a month and my speakers are cutting in and out. My front right speaker doesn't work anymore. My Front left one cuts in and out and now my left rear speaker is cutting in and out. What would cause brand new speakers to just start going out? Any Suggestions on what might be causing this issue???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsjgamer View Post
    Well here is the situation. I just got all new door speakers for my car and put them in. Well i decided to hook up an amp to it also. The speakers i got are DXi650 I got 4 of them. The amp i got is PA 660. I have had them for a little over a month and my speakers are cutting in and out. My front right speaker doesn't work anymore. My Front left one cuts in and out and now my left rear speaker is cutting in and out. What would cause brand new speakers to just start going out? Any Suggestions on what might be causing this issue???
    It could be something as simple as a bad connection or speaker terminals touching metal near their mounting location, or somethng bad like too much amplifier gain causing thermal damage to your new speakers.

    Did you solder your connections? Use crimp connectors? Use the twist and tape method ()? Where is your gain set at? Were you using bass boost?
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    I would recommend to take out the bad speaker and check if its connected. That seems like that could be your problem

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    Yea id agree with guy about bad connections, speakers won't just give out if over powered, they will if they could only handle like 2 watts and you forced 20000 watts thru em, butother than that with the amp you have they should be fine, check connections on amp first as those will prolly be easiest to get at then tear off yer door panels and check your speakers, remember to use proper connectors as well

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