Why do my speakers keep blowing?
Speakers generally blow out when too much electrical power is applied. They also blow out from physical damage or ageing/deterioration. Avoid blow-out by keeping speakers at safe listening levels and in safe locations. Replacing the blown parts is typically the only solution to fix blown speakers.
Can you damage speakers by playing them too loud?
Playing music/audio too loud may cause damage to speakers due to excess heat in the drivers or even mechanical failure of the driver suspension. Speakers have power ratings that, when exceeded (by increasing the amplifier/volume control), will burn/melt the driver coil and damage the speaker.
How can I protect my speakers?
How to Protect Outside Speakers
- Keep them away from sunlight and water.
- Cover them during bad weather, when it’s not practical to bring them inside.
- Check mount hardware regularly.
- Check wiring regularly.
- Clean the speakers on a regular basis.
How do you break in speakers fast?
The most basic way to run in your speakers is to set them up with your system and use them normally. Usually the speakers will be sufficiently run in after a total of 20-30 hours of normal use and they will often continue to develop and improve for the first hundred or so hours.