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How do i convert a Gale 3070 sub woofer from active to passive?

The inner fuses are blowing so I would imagine it would not be worth repairing. I have seen one on ebay that has been converted so I was wondering ho this is done

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Really does not matter the point is you can rebuild the woofer for less then replacing with a new one but to each his own on this. But as long as its the same size anything would do for this monitor speaker.

I do not mean to sound generic but its true a woofer is a woofer it is what it is sure there are brands out there but they all work basically the same.

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SOURCE: I have a gale 3070 sub woofer. When I connect it to the power with no audio connection being made, the inner fuses blow. can anybody help

if a fuse keeps on blowing there is a problem with the amp, Take it in to be repaired, Or just get a different one, It will probally cost you less just to get a different one,

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