Yamaha DSP-A1 Integrated Amp
(4) Polk Monitor 10B's w/SoniCaps, Mills, and RDO-194 tweets (R/L F/R)
(2) Polk Monitor 4's w/peerless tweets (dual centers)
B&O TX2 Turntable
Nakamichi Cassette Deck 1
Pioneer CLD-99 Elite LD
Samsung BD-P2550 Blu-Ray/DVD
LG LST-3410a OTA DVR
Princeton AF3.0HD Monitor
Optoma HD65 Projector
Yea I agree too, much safer.
In fact check the resistance with a meter first before you do anything.
But not everybody has that stuff laying around.
I try to figure out where this person that is asking the question
is at as far as test equipment and expertise and suggest a way to check the speaker.
The fact that he is asking the question means that he is a little bit new at this stuff.
I started playing around with this stuff on and off since I was 15, 40 years ago,and yea I
didn't know what I was doing, still don't, but I try
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