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The term blown speaker can have several meanings. If it was not fixable I would say it was a blown speaker.
So 1st is it a Subwoofer or a midrange.
The Sub a little easier to fix you can send it Back to the maker of the sub and they will fix it ($)
If the cone is damaged then just use silicon
if the wires + - that are attached to the basket and the cone have fried .Soilder a new coper wire on
If the voice coil has ripped silicon
and if the copper coil is melted (you can see it but the cone will not move in or out Frozen) then this is a good time to replace it
You can go online and see if there are professional Repair kits
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Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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