I just bought a 3000 watt continuos power inverter and am running a portable air conditioner that has 840 watts.Well ...its works for about 5 minutes ,then shows a low voltage reading.Does this mean the battery in my my ford windstar is not powerful enough?...do i need to buy a bigger battery with more amps?
Updated 05-13-2012 at 09:01 PM by brian t
I want to build a speaker tower all powered by the Dayton Audio MCA2550E 2.1 Channel Class D Amplifier. I was just going to build in a pair of the Dayton Audio B652 6-1/2" 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers directly to it. I was going to use the sub output on the amp to power a Goldwood GW-8024 8" Butyl Surround Woofer at the bottom of the tower in a sealed box. Will all of these together make a a tower that can produce a decent amount of sound at high levels? Or will that amp have trouble pushing
I blew the fuse on my little sequencer, and it's a tiny, unmarked one that's soldered in. Does any one know the amp rating? Any suggestion on improving the design? I was thinking of adding an external fuse holder in case I overload it again. I use it for animated rope light sculptures. Thanks.
I have a corner in the cellar of my home set aside for repairing speakers. Most of my repair work is done there. Some of the larger speaker repair/restoration jobs are done on the first floor.
Here is picture of my work bench. There is a darkroom timer (top center) that's left over from a darkroom I once had in that same spot. On the left side of the pic, a set of plastic clamp rings can be seen. They are used with spring clamps to hold down fresh refoams and/or when gluing down gaskets.
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