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are we talking about the driver as in woofer or driver and in computer driver... there isnt a computer driver since this is set up as a portable music speaker for ipod or mps players. but if you need a replacement woofer you can order one using this information. Visit the Harman Audio Store to purchase accessories & replacement parts for your products or call 1.800.336.4525 9:00am - 6:30pm EST Monday - Friday.
These sound like they a JBL speaker. 1. You will need the impedence and diameter spec and the Hz (hertz) specifications to get a replacement set. you can call JBL Altec-Lansing is the company that manufacturer this series of speaker.\ On the back of you speaker cabinet should be a phone number to the company or check the user manual that you received with the speaker system and they should be able to give full information on how to replace the speaker in question or where to have it repaired. The cabinet is glued together and will need a cabinet expert to disassemble. Contact JBL for more information.
In order to give you details for connecting the speakers I need to know: Each speaker details (nominal impedance and handling power). Since the Behringer 2400 is a discounted model (or misspelled model), the lowest output impedance that this amplifier can handle. Is there any possibility to plug both the cabinets at the same amplifier?
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Look where the plug goes in There will be a C shape with a dot in the middle. Follow the line attached to the dot and you will see a + or - which is the polarity. Next you need to know Voltage. Look in the same area, or on the label for this info. If there is NO info by the power plug, it might be AC, which has no polarity - just plug it in. The label may have this information and will say something like 12VDC or 12VAC that is the key. DC Matters (+ and -) AC does not.
Could be any number of things, the amp may be damaged (do you use these things at high volume?) but if you are only getting bass it could be a fault on the crossover circuitry. Could be a loose wire inside but the build quality on JBL is pretty good so I doubt that.
How long ago did you buy them? If it was recent you may be able to take them back to the shop, otherwise I'd seek a professional repairman.