Ok here goes, I recently bought a pair of 6 1/2" 90 watt peak speakers for the back of my car (94 honda accord LX with the original tape player). I am currently just using the back speakers since my front speakers are blown.
For some weird reason when I turn on the radio there is no sound until like 5 or 10 min later, that is when I hear my speakers sort of pop and I'm finally able to listen to music. After listening to the radio for a while my speakers die off with some crakling sound and I'm no longer able to listen to music, but when I change the stations I can hear the little beep sound that if makes when I change the stations out of my back speakers.
That means that my speakers are still working, right?
I'm just assuming this, but I don't think a tape player is related to the radio since you don't need some type of frequency (AM,FM) to be able to listen to a tape. So I plug my Ipod to some tape gadget (I have one of those tapes that you can connect to a portable cd player but I connect it to my Ipod) and still no sound what could be the problem?
Do you think that my radio/tape player is pushing too much power to those speakers (2 working speakers) therefore shutting them off?
What should I do