Hey how ya goin just wondering on my modus one six speaker it has 2x 6" speakers and a tweeter now one of them 6" speakers is not working at all, the top one and the bottom one has a little bit of a rattle can you help me
Hi. If you have an digital multimeter to hand you could always drop the drive unit (the metalwork with the paper cone) out from the enclosure and make sure the resistance of the voice coil is between 4-16 ohms. If there is no reading then the voice coil could be open circuit and the whole drive unit will need to be replaced. If the others rattle check the mounting screws are not slackened off. Especially if you have been driving them hard!
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Yes, you can bring it to electronic repair shop to rewind the coil. or buy it in the electronic shop. if they don't have same brand you can replaced it with other brand same size and same watts of speakers. thanks
yes, but it is attached to circuitry that allows only the high frequecies into it. You can replace the speaker with any 8 ohm tweeter without any difficulty, but if there is a capacitor across or in series with the speaker, make sure you put it on you new speaker the same way.
The six 1/2 speakers are your woofers,connect the positive and negative wires from the speaker to the 2 connections labeled on the crossover as W(woofer)+ pos and W(woofer) -- neg,hook the tweeters to the crossover connections labeled T(tweeter)+ pos and T(tweeter) -- neg,then hookup the 2 remaining connections labeled Amp to your amplifier,amp must be 2 or 4 channel stereo capable and give out enough power to properly drive the speakers so they achieve optimal performance.
You may want to check ebay, they sometimes have drivers for sale. Additionally, I would contact IAG (International Audio Group). They are the distributor for Wharfedale here in the states and may be able to help you. I also have the modus one-sixes, modus-two's, and modus center and was albe to get replacement parts from IAG, never needed a driver though. How did you blow it anyhow, these speakers can take a beating, are you using a quality amp? Underpowering the speakers and trying to drive them loudly = demise for your speakers.
The tweeters are probably blown, i had the same problem.
You can test this by placing the cable on the dismanteled crossover at the back of the speaker. colour blue/yellow.
No high volume please.
If the tweeter is blown it can be dismanteld with the aid of a screwdriver, horizontally.
Place it between the tweeterbowl and the ring which has the mark wharfedale on it. The tweeter comes loose. On second hand sites you can buy little speakers, like modus one or two's with the same tweeters for a good price and put them on your larger speakers.
This is not a solution, but I have the same problem. Obviously, the problem is with the tweeter not the crossover. I can't find a replacement tweeter so i am about to take it to my local stereo repair store and see if they can fix it. If you find a replacement tweeter, let me know.