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Unfotunately it's in the low 20's here. So the speakers are extremely cold. And now that I have them sitting in the house there is condensation forming on the cabinets. Will this cause a problem? I know I need to wait for them to get to room temprature but how long should I wait considering there is condensation? Thanks


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I'd wait a couple hours and then rock...
 

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Thanks for the quick response Mit07. So you think they will be okay?


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Plug them in and play.


Up here temps can hit -20 and colder (celsius) and I have never ever had problems with my car audio equipment.
 

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I'm just hoping there is not water in the amplifiers. It could cause a short when I plug them in which would not be good. It's now been about 30 hours. Should I try them tonight or wait another day?
 

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I'm just hoping there is not water in the amplifiers. It could cause a short when I plug them in which would not be good. It's now been about 30 hours. Should I try them tonight or wait another day?
I've played on stage in the rain before... not safe, but we never blew any amps. It takes a lot of water in the right spot to short something out. A little condensation won't hurt anything.
 
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