#1
I know I posted the same question previously, but I didn't get any replies so I'm posting it again.

I have a pair of Phonic s710 speakers and I've noticed that at medium volumes or with a lot of bass the tweeters make an awful noise. I can't really explain what the noise sounds like, but its high pitched and hurts yours ears. Kind of like a clicking noise. I haven't been able to turn them up very loud in fear that this noise is a sign that the speaker may become damaged due to the volume. I'm running them well below their rated wattage though. I think that it might have something to do with the fact that it has no crossover and the tweeter can't take as many watts as it is rated (80 w rms)
Any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks!
"I don't give a f*** if you boo, just boo in key"-Jimi Hendrix

SS

Gear:
Mesa Single Rectifier Solo head 50
Some crappy old cab
Vox Satchurator
Frontman 15G
Epiphone G-400
#2
Does nobody know what the problem is or is no one reading this?
"I don't give a f*** if you boo, just boo in key"-Jimi Hendrix

SS

Gear:
Mesa Single Rectifier Solo head 50
Some crappy old cab
Vox Satchurator
Frontman 15G
Epiphone G-400
#3
it's more than likely cone cry and its normal in most 12" speakers it's annoying but after a while you can learn how incorporate it into your tone and it can actually sound quite nice