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My JBL SCS200.6 subwoofer coughs

Hello,

for some itme now, the subwoofer always coughs, rarely hearing the normal sound. I went to the retailer but they could'nt fix it. It seems that there is a problem with the speaker itself and not the amplifier. It does this without being connected to anything else, so it is not the source.

please help, thanks

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  • cristi_chiru Feb 18, 2009

    strange... because sometimes works.. especially if i turn de sub upside down :) the membrane is not punctured or ruptured. I really hope is not the coil...:( i will look tomorrow for a replacement

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It sounds like the voice coil is blown. You could price just buying a replacement sub for it or pricing a whole new unit

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