House speakers inside car 12v inverter
Home Stereo Speakers!! In a Car? Do they just hook up?
9 Jun and even if i can't, i did yesterday. I blew 2 of the 3 6x9's in my '81 Cutlass so i had a friend hook up my two watt sony speakers that are in. Home speakers usually have a minimum speaker impedance of eight ohms while car speakers can go as low as one ohm. Car speakers are also built stronger than home speakers. This is because car speakers encounter higher temperatures, more vibrations and more abuse than home speakers. Connecting home. I mean this sub is very old and only can run watts which I think is perfect. Now the sub doesn't run from a wall outlet, It use to just run straight to the receiver by speaker wire.. Now what i'm wanting to know is the speaker wire on the stock speakers in my car can I use those wires to hook up straight to my.
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Rather than cut into your car stereo, I would just get a power inverter and bring the entire home stereo with you. Is it just me, or does the inverter sound like the much simpler idea? Digital graphic, Yes Output Wattage:
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I blew 2 of the 3 6x9's in my '81 Cutlass so i had a friend hook up my two watt sony speakers that are in perfect condition.
He said he's pretty sure that it's not good for the speakers and that they could eventually blow and crack to shit. Something about you shouldn't run home speakers on a 12volt system?
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Share Share this post on Digg Del. Your friend is full of it. As long as the power coming from the amp is clean there will be no issues.
If your car stereo puts out lots of distortion when you crank it up you will blow the speaker no matter how many watts it's rated for. Originally Posted by White Rascal. Look the difference in house and home audio is most car audio speakers are either 2 or 4 ohm Originally Posted by illcul8troffcr.
Originally Posted by xoz-x. But your saying if i crank it too much they'll crack but other than that it's all good? Originally Posted by sidonsbones. Check the back of the home speaker. It should tell you the Ohm rating.
Digital graphic, Yes Output Wattage: Ditto the above, no flames. As for the power inverter and the subwoofer powering issues.
You are blowing speakers because you are cranking them up to distortion levels without having enough power to push them. The voice coils wire behind the woofer cones are staying energized constantly when you turn your head unit all the way up and the bigger speakers may blow even faster than your 6x9's because you don't have power to move - just enough power to heat them up to failure what you are calling a blown speaker.
Think of an electrical motor in a bind, not enough energy to turn the motor over, but enough to heat it up. Difference between car speakers and home speakers? By Kedwin in forum General Help. Home speakers help By screamin chicken in forum Stereo and Electronics.
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