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JRX 125 DJ SPEKER

I HAVE THIS 2 JBL SPEKERS JRX125 I BLOWN THE 2 TWEETER 3 TIME IN 6 MONTH WHY I HAVE THIS PROBLEM AND WHAT;S CAUSIN THIS PROBLEM CAN SOME ONE HELP ME !!!

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  • tyrone757410 Feb 23, 2009

    i have the same problem...only thing i know to do i just repalce the tweeter

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Yes at times the amps would be clipping and sometimes i could see a yellow light lighting up in the back of the speaker. So maybe the tweeter really is blown.

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The JRX series have weak HF drivers, only rated for some 25 watts or so. Are you running in Bi-Amp or straight? Could be bad capacitors in the crossovers. Could also be clipping of your amp, a common cause of failure is using too small an amp and pushing it past it's clean operation limits. Speakers don't like square waves. Was the "Clipping" light flashing on the amp?

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