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Peavey eurosys 500 watt 4 ohm pa speaker fault.very low volume.

The very low volume has a distorted ''splintered'' sound.
have checked amp o/p and leads with the other good speaker.

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Indeed, sounds like a blown voice coil. Peavey Eurosys cabinets use Scorpion drivers, which have field-replaceable baskets. I assume the cabinet is a Eurosys 500XT? If so then you need a 15" replacement basket - part no. 15425 - about £75, but cheaper than replacing the entire speaker. Can purchase from http://www.neathmusic.com/products.aspx?stext=scorpion&action=search&mode=search&submit=GO.

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Sounds like the basket has gone on the driver not sure if they are replaceable or if you will have to replace the entire driver, had the same problem on my impulse 1015, cost about £100 from a peavey dealer.

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