I'd just shove my ear right next to the driver I want to listen to. But I work with portable gear, not flown install so your's is probably the better suggestionRoger said:2. If it does it all or most of the time one of the drivers is more than likely blown. If you are one of the lucky ones that have a frequency generator use it to determine if youve blown a tweeter or woofer. If you dont have one you can play a cd through the speakers and use the eq on the board to isolate certain frequencies.
Hi. Every thing that is said has been good advice. There is one thing I would like to know, are your speakers wired in a mono or stereo configuration?u_dakka said:Our speakers at school have started to distort quite badly - to those that actually listen in assembly anyway! It started about a week ago and has steadly got worse on one speaker. What are the Main reasons why distortion could occur in the system and what remedies could u suggest?