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My voice coils are burnt on my dub 1000, can i rebuild the speakers, and where do i get the parts

I can hear pieces inside, cones feel kinda ruogh

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The voice coil can be properly checked with a voltmeter. Disconnect the speaker and use the OHM setting on the meter to check to see if it measures around 4 ohms. Is this speaker a subwoofer? Some subwoofers will be rated at 2 ohms. Either way, any speaker should have a sticker or stamp on it telling what the impedence is. Typically, most speakers will be either a 2ohm or 4ohm measurement. If the coil is bad, you will either get no reading or one that is much higher than the 2ohm or 4ohm. Hope this information is helpful.

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