If you invest in a custom car stereo, you want to take good care of it so you can enjoy your music for years to come. Here are a few things that are sure to damage your speakers so that you can avoid having to replace one prematurely.
- Not replacing the protective cover – Speakers are pretty easy to damage. That is why they come with protective covers. If a cover comes off for any reason, replace it immediately, or bring it back to your installer. Without that protective covering, it is all too easy to tear a cone.
- Cranking up the volume too high – No matter how much you spend on your car stereo system, you should never be cranking the gain up to ten. No system is designed for maximum output. You might be able to get away with it for a short period of time, but do you really want to take a chance of blowing a new speaker?
- Heat damage – This can occur either because it simply gets too hot in the vehicle or because too much power is being pushed into the speaker. Thermal failure is going to destroy your sound quality just as fast as any mechanical failure would.
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