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check if the volume control is set at minimal or the sound is set at mute... if its under warranty just bring that to the store or to the authorized service center. if not try this simple steps... (1) unplug the unit from the wall socket (2) place the unit on a flat surface. make sure not to touch the screen. (3) unscrew to remove the protected cover (4) look at the speaker. check if its properly connected. check if the speaker is not busted or open by testing the speaker. (5) if you have an ohm meter just place the test prod on the speaker terminal. it should read 8 ohms or what ohms the speaker is specified. if you don't have a ohm meter try to use a 1.5 volts double AA or triple AAA type battery.but first remove the connection of the speaker so that you will not damage the unit.. using a battery place the positive side to one side of the speaker terminal. use a piece of wire to connect the other side of the battery to the one side of the speaker. once you place, you should hear a crackling sounds... if not the speaker is the problem. (6) replace the speaker. and connect it back from the terminal. (7) place the protected cover back to its original position. (7) turn the unit on and enjoy.... ty
I recently helped to replace the rear speakers in a 2001 (or 2002?) Grand Am GT.
It depends on the type of stereo you have. Look at the wires going to the rear speakers. If there are two wires to each, I'm pretty sure that almost any 6X9 speaker will work.
I did read at one of the above Forums that there are GM replacement speakers (better than original): "I just ordered two new Monsoon rearspeakers from www.gmpartsdirect and they were only $85 shipped. They are a new part number which have been updated with better cones to help prevent blowing, part number is 22698418 "
If you go with GM Monsson speakers, also try Ebay.
The easiest way to wire this would be to make sure you have a 2 ohm amp, wire both voice coils in parallel to the amp. This means to connect both + terminals on the speaker to the + speaker output on the amp, then wire both - terminals on the speaker to the - speaker terminal on the amp. With the voice coils in parallel like this it makes it into a 2 ohm load at the amplifier. If you are running for example a 1000 watt amp at 2 ohms into this speaker it would give each voice coil the equivalent of 500 watts of power at 4 ohms. The other way would be to run the voice coils in series (voice coil 1 - terminal to - speaker terminal on the amp, voice coil 1 + terminal to the voice coil 2- terminal, voice coil 2 + terminal to the +speaker terminal on the amp.) The series wiring would give you a 8ohm speaker load to your amp so you would need a 8 ohm amp.
its rating is 2.3 ohm but they are only made by hp and dell you will only be able to order them from these companys best advice is take the speaker and go to a few computer repair shops there bound to have some lying around
Providing you match the power and ohm rating of the acoustic tweeter yes. You could of course have an higher rms/watts rating than the original, but not lower. The ohm though must be the same. The only thing that might happen is that it might sound different to the other speaker, as the tweeter sound quality could be better or worse than the acoustic. Of course you could buy two and replace the other speaker one too!
If you add 8 ohm speakers in parallel then you would be running the amps into a 4 ohm load ...which will overheat and possibly damage them ...... if you wire series then the amps would be loaded to 16 ohms ...which would be ok ..but you will only develop 70 % of the total output power
IE a 100watt would be down to 70 watts
much better to add some seperate powered speakers