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Repair The speaker plays the words, but when it gets bass, I get a horrible screech. I want to know if I am able to fix this speaker, and how much it will cost me. I got the speaker from a friend who has passed away, and I really want to keep this one speaker, besides the fact that it kicks @$$!!

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The subwoofers probley blown, as for getting it fixed - i dont think thats possible. sorry about your loss but a new subwoofer is the way to go

Posted on Oct 04, 2006


He's right, the sub is most likely blown. this sub was made with a quick change motor assembly, though... just look for the replacement assembly.

Posted on Aug 01, 2007

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If its a speaker it could be fixed VERY easily, but I don't know about subs, because i have fixed my speakers before, but subs are created different, so yeah...

Posted on Feb 20, 2007

Hi my name is Eric I have a 12 inch Atlas squared sub dvc but my question is this speaker started to make a screech when it gets bass, but not in all the songs just in some what do you thing it is.

Posted on Feb 17, 2007

Go to midwest speker repair in st.paul

Posted on Feb 01, 2007

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