Question about Altec Lansing ACS 48 Computer Speakers
I am assuming you have the ACS 48's as your question was on this page. If not, these tips may work anyway. Firstly, the bottom plastic stands on the ACS 48 tend to rattle obnoxiously after awhile. Simply glue them on or somehow make it so they don't rattle. You can remove them easily to see if this is the problem. The face covers can also rattle, take these off as well, and see if that solves the problem.
The second problem I had was related to the tweeter in one speaker rattling also. I took a freshly sharpened pencil, and simply ran it around the far outside diameter of the tweeter between the case and the tweeter. Be carefull here, you could puncture the tweeter. If not deft of hand, have someone do it for you. Hope this helps
Thirdly, and most complicated, one or more of the drivers are blown. Find a used ACS 48 system on ebay, they are fairly cheap, or have the midranges resurounded at an audio speaker rebuilding shop. Not sure what to do if the tweets are blown, but if it were me, and it surely will be the longer I have these, I would take them apart, pull the tweeter, and try to buy new ones of better quailty. Thinking of doing this anyway. lol These are awsome speakers compared to what I hear in stores these days.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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