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I have a eclipse sub model# sw8102.4 in normal use the screws came out and the magnet rubbed against the coil and burned it off . what can i do for a manufacter defet

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Call them or your dealer for RMA# and get it warrantied. they do not allow internet sales however. if you purchased onine, they do not honor warranties.

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So I just bought a kicker cx 300.1 mono block amp to run my 10 inch comp d 4 ohm 300 watt sub. I ran it parallel and it smells like the coils are burning. Help


That's only normal for the burn in period. Make sure you're not running it in 2 ohm by wiring the sub wrong. That amp is not really 2 ohm stable for a sustained period

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What would be the ported enclosure airspace requirement for a dynex 10" sub?


For optimal performance there is really only one size for the box .Firstly, you get two different types of subwoofers, an open air, or closed air sub. If it is an open air sub ( hole with mesh in the center of the magnet) no ports are required, and the box should be sealed on the inside with silicone sealant. If it is a closed air sub ( no hole in the magnet) you need a 50mm port about 120mm long. Box size will be 11 inches x 11 inches x 11 inches. Hope this helps

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Kicker L5 not working


If the coil on the inside is looking ripped, it must be rubbing against the inner walls of the magnet. check of failure of continuity of the coil. if open and rubbing then you will need to replace the coil. I shall guide you through this job. carefully disconnect the coil lines to the frame, then using a good sharp tool remove the side suspension and the inner spider that suspends the coil. now you can remove the whole assmebly. if the coil is damaged then slowly cut out the coil, get a replacement of the same diameter from the spare parts shop. if not available you will need to have some experience to wind the coil in the same diameter with the same SWG. Once you get the coil fix it carrefully to the speaker diaphragm centrally, then centrally place into the speaker mountings with the coil just in the gap, not rubbing against the magnets. now you can glue out the spider and suspensions. there you are. Good luck .

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the voice coils are probably fried. you may want to check your amps to see if they are putting out dc voltage. you may be abel to find a place that can fix the subs. otherwise you will need to replace them.

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My basslink worked great, son blew fuse, replaced, now sounds lik


If the speaker has been overdriven, it may have damaged the cone surround or damaged the speaker coil, causing it to 'rub' inside the magnet. To check for rubbing, you need to move the speaker cone backwards and forwards by hand and listen where the speaker coil/cone goes into the magnet. It should be silent if ok. If you can heara rubbing or grating noise, then the speaker is damaged. If the output driver on the amp is damaged it can give a distorted sound, which could easily happen if it tries to provide too much current.

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Magnet fell off speaker


Thats crazy well you could put it back on but how would you know that the magnet is perfectly centered so that the voice coil doesnt rub against it? How could you make it bond with the frame so that it doesnt come off again? HMMMMMM-cant take it back to the shop where you got it and exchange it? If it were me and i had no other choice-Id get some "liquid metal" and center it as well as i could and just epoxy that ****** right back to the frame unless i knew somebody who could tack weld it -Im not that lucky though so yup try some epoxy or liquid metal or some sort of super strong adhesive

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    One sub makes a scraping sound


    coil is fried. the copper windings arround the coil are melted or unwound and rubbing on the cone insert. Play it till it goes out completely or replace it if it's that bad.

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    No. You would have to find a vendor of the wire used in voice coils and wind them yourself, which also means you have to pull the cone out without damaging the surround or spider , and be able to put is all back together too . Your best bet with an older sub is to find a good deal on ebay.

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