Hello, newbie here. Hoping I can get a diagnosis on my system that does not work anymore.
I use a small Kama Bay Class D amplifier
(which I like a lot).
I recently hooked up Audioengine P4 speakers which sound great, but do not have much low end.
So, I bought a second-hand Cambridge Soundworks III passive subwoofer, which I thought would add just enough bass. BUT, after I hooked that up to test, it barely made any noise at all and was very clipped.
Then I disconnected the sub and connected my other speakers back and now they sound very clipped and do not put out much sound at all.
My guess is that the sub blew my amp, but I don't know how to confirm that theory.
If I hook up headphones to the receiver/amp it sounds fine.
I am afraid to hook up any other speakers to the amp in case the fried amp can blow the speakers.
Any ideas on how I can diagnose my amp? Is it possible for the sub to blow the amp?
Thanks for the help!