I think i just blew my speakers
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    Tech Guru TommyQuiet's Avatar
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    Default I think i just blew my speakers

    Was moving stuff around and fiderling around with the rca's and i heard a pop,like when you turn them on or off.

    Now they wont turn on,i have changed the fuse and changed plugs etc... but still nothing.

    they are only cheap and upgrading to monitors at the end of the month anyway but for now i would like some use out of them,if i open them up what am i looking for? or what could the problem be?

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    pwned

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    The thing is you should never hear that pop. Always turn them on before rising the volume and do the inverse when turning them off.

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    How high was the volume at while you were fiddling with the RCAs? Are they passive or active? Based on these two questions alone, it could be a variety of things. If they're cheap computer-type speakers, its very possible that you did in fact fry something, however it largely depends on the answer to the first question.
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