I have a very strange amplifier. I'll give you the model number soon, but this is the closest-looking amp I've found so far:
Go to the 450W. That'* what mine looks like, but with black instead of yellow. I think it'* actually a pretty nice looking amp. A bit on the cheap side, though.
Almost like clockwork, about 2 minutes or less into being on, the amp will suddenly start channeling sound to the left speaker while letting the right just kind of sound really blown. However, all I have to do then is turn the radio off, and immediately after that, I can turn it on, and everything is back to normal. Really, it'* like nothing happened. I no longer use it, so if it'* bad for the speakers, at least it'* not being used any longer.
The speakers I have are these:
I'm very upset by this price, btw. They were $150, and I got an employee discount to take them down to $80. How does Crutchfield do it?
Anyway, I'd like to find out what makes the amp send a lot of audio to the left speaker and cut out the right one. It'* just a matter of turning it off and then turning it on, and everything is back to normal. What exactly happens when the right speaker just puts out a little audio, and it sounds like the cone is just shot?
Also, this amp was relatively free. I bought 3 sets of amp, sub, and wiring kit for $20 each on sale. Then, I sold the amps & subs so that I have 1 left at about $-20. I still wouldn't mind continuing to use it, though.