Question about Infinity SM 255 Speaker
I have a set of Infinity SM-255's. Recently one of the subs stopped working and after inspection found there to be a rip/split at the bottom of the sub. Is this what a "blown" sub is??? Do I need to repair or replace it?
I currently run a Yamaha RX-540 rec through the Infinity's.
If the sub requires replacement, could anyone advise me on what brand to replace it with, due to Infinity not producing the SM line anymore.
Kiwi Boy NZ
If the rip or split extends from the voice coil out to the edge, the speaker may be too far gone to replace. I have repaired expensive speaker cones with epoxy cement, provided the tear is fairly small or narrow. No noticeable degradation of performance either.
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