Question about Bose 901 VI Main / Stereo Speaker
I'm not sure which series I have, but I have a set of 901s. One of them has what appears to be a short in the wiring somewhere, and I need to take a look at the wiring between the diodes and the drivers. I have had liitle success in finding a guide for accessing that wiring. Is it possable without disturbing the vacume?
Bose 901s series 1-6 are all wired in the same way. that is nine one ohm full range drivers wired in series to produce around 8 or 9 ohms. No way it can be a short, think of the old christmas lights that were wired in series , one light went out, they all went out. I would check the wiring first to make sure no loose connections exist. The only way to access the wiring is to remove each driver from the cabinet. If all wires are intact, You may have a damaged driver. A simple test with a ohm meter will tell you. set to lowest ohm setting, each driver should read 1 ohm. If your speakers dont have the air tubes in back, you have series1 or 2 removing the drivers will not affect the vaccum, just replace the gasket material around the drivers.
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