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Celestion Ditton 442 broken tweeter

One of my old Celestion Ditton 442 tweeters is broken. I have sent it to be fixed but they did not do a good job: it sounds much less than the other one. Is there any way I can solve this? Is there any replacement tweeter I could use? Than you!

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  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    Exactly the same here. If we could identify a modern replacement, maybe that would do instead.

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SOURCE: i have a set of cerwin vega ls-12 3way woofer works but tweeters

thanks for replying so fast "oilcitycompu", i will do that .will let you know if it worked , thanks

Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: jbl e80 no sound coming from tweeter

Sound like the tweeter is blown, take to local jbl agent for service.

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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SOURCE: on my celestion ditton 150's there a gritty

Hi Lewsville,
Assuming after more than 6 months you still have the same problem...
The most likely explanation is that the voice coil is burnt out. This will definitely affect sound quality and will probably deteriorate over time. Cleaning won't fix this problem. You'll probably need to get the speakers re-coned by a speaker technician.
This link might be helpful: http://www.colomar.com/Shavano/recone.html
Cheers, Andreas

Posted on May 21, 2010

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SOURCE: Tweeters for Valdus 500

Tweeters for Valdus 500 see www.signalsuk.comwecan.jpg

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Check the continuity of the removed tweeter with a VOM meter (I use an original Heatkit MM-1 available on eBay for $20) and do the 1.5 volt battery click & scratch test mentioned above.

Celestion A3 tweeters (also used in the A1 and A2 speakers) or the replacement diaphragms are no longer available from Celestion. A1 speakers show up regularly on the United Kingdom eBay website for $300 or less and are small enough to economically ship to the USA. You would also end up with a midrange spare speaker (assuming it is the same as in the A3 cabinets)

The part number for the A series 3 bar tweeter is T4969/P. The 3 bars refers to the 3 bars in the casting to protect the dome. I got this number from the box of my spare tweeter I have the earlier 1 bar castings in my A3's.

Go to www.ersatzteil-versand.at do an "artikelsuche" (article search) for the number T4969/P and something extremeley similar shows up except that they list the manufacturer as Onkyo. The part number and description are so similar to what is printed on my spare tweeter box it would be worth 81 euros to see what shows up.
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http://www.speakercity.com/ in Burbank, CA


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I only modeled the front flange of the tweeter to save time. I have not built any of these yet but the price would probably be $400 for a pair of adapter plates and speaker flange modifications. But when you are done you would have replaceable tweeter for a long time to come. The 2 protective bars are drawer handles available for $3 each.

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http://www.audioloudspeakers.co.uk/boultons.shtml voice coil rewinding in the uk

http://www.speaker-repairs.com.au/coils.htm voice coil rewinding in australia

http://www.speakerex.com/diaphragms_new.html in Florida can rebuild the woofer and replace the midrange but no longer have the 4 ohm diaphragm for the tweeter.

If you want the drawings (and 3D geometry file necessary for the machinist to make the curved edges) for the adapter plate and tweeter flange modification contact me at mercedes280se-4@yahoo.com

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You have to give the tweeter a good old juicy **** and it will go back to normal.

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I know this sounds silly, but I had the same problem. Your speakers have a little plastic bulb that has been pushed in, right?

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