TFM-75 vs Sunfire Signature 600x2

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Re: TFM-75 vs Sunfire Signature 600x2

Post by TNRabbit » Fri May 11, 2012 10:13 am

MRHP wrote:
TNRabbit wrote:
elgrau wrote:...Plus with my "tribe" more power just equals "greater chance to blow up dad's speakers" ](*,) :x
When the hell are you going to FUSE your damn speakers???!?!!?
TN how would you fuse a speaker. Just put an inline fuse on the neg side??? All my DQ's are fused from the factory and its come in handy a couple times. :-"
Good link, Don. You fuse the positive side.
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Re: TFM-75 vs Sunfire Signature 600x2

Post by elgrau » Fri May 11, 2012 11:00 am

Mine were only "blown" once (when daughter hooked iPod directly into my amp while it was ON! The "transients" were dutifully amped to hell and the VC's from several of the 1000's woofers were EJECTED). I doubt fuses would have prevented this...but maybe. However, I guess I could never get past the absurdity of routing the speaker signal (that just arrived to the speaker via an ~1" dia. garden hose sized cable with all manner of weird wire arrangement to minimize the wire's LCR dependency on frequency, etc., only to be "funneled" through the absurbly simple single filament in a fuse that's about 2x the dia. of a human hair). I just don't see the logic of that.... Just another brick in the wall (of great sound prevention) via two more electrical interfaces that can oxidize, etc. says I. But again, YMMV, different strokes, I could be full of crap, whatever. Plus I'm too lazy.... :lol:
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Re: TFM-75 vs Sunfire Signature 600x2

Post by frankieD » Fri May 11, 2012 12:17 pm

elgrau wrote:Mine were only "blown" once (when daughter hooked iPod directly into my amp while it was ON! The "transients" were dutifully amped to hell and the VC's from several of the 1000's woofers were EJECTED). I doubt fuses would have prevented this...but maybe. However, I guess I could never get past the absurdity of routing the speaker signal (that just arrived to the speaker via an ~1" dia. garden hose sized cable with all manner of weird wire arrangement to minimize the wire's LCR dependency on frequency, etc., only to be "funneled" through the absurbly simple single filament in a fuse that's about 2x the dia. of a human hair). I just don't see the logic of that.... Just another brick in the wall (of great sound prevention) via two more electrical interfaces that can oxidize, etc. says I. But again, YMMV, different strokes, I could be full of crap, whatever. Plus I'm too lazy.... :lol:
Ed, logic?

What is this "logic" you speak of?

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