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I have a pair of peavey impulse 200`s one of the horns just crack`s up and I have to keep it lower than the other to stop it popping.Has it gone or is it fixable cheers.

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Hey, just picked up a pair of used peavey impulse 200p speakers .. one of the speakers is giving out this very loud high pictched hum (obviously not working). can anyone help or advice, thanks

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I would get the horn replaced, as all you are doing is letting the cab get worse, i had the same problem with the 500's the diphgram had totaly exploded so for the sake of 95 quid its worth sorting it rather than paying for a new cab.
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SOURCE: peavey impulse 1015 horn cuts in and out

If the horn cuts out after some usage ...then its probably the limiter lamp that is gone .... the limiter lamp is switched into circuit once the " polyswitch " gets hot .... so at first the horn works ...then when the limiter lamp is switched in ...nothing !
its just a standard 12volt car tail light lamp ...let me know if this helps

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Did you sort your problem? I need 2 also, but seems quite easy to get 4ohm but 8 ohm a little harder. The woofer in the cab is 4ohm, cabinet is rated 4ohm so wondering wether to replace th 8ohm horn with a 4ohm diaphram.
Any thoughts?
Thanks.

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I have peavey speakers Model #112H.Both horns went out,,i'm not sure what caused this. is there a component that i can replace,or just replace the horns completely?


If they are seperate speakers and both "horns" have gone it won't be a part common to both. The most common way of blowing both speakers is to have the amp too loud. The real cause is often connecting a high powered amp to low powered speakers.
As you will have to replace the horns if they have blown, disconect them from the circuit and apply a 1.5 volt battery to the terminals for a split second. (+to+ etc) It should 'pop' if it works. If it does it will be the crossover that has gone.

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Did you sort your problem? I need 2 also, but seems quite easy to get 4ohm but 8 ohm a little harder. The woofer in the cab is 4ohm, cabinet is rated 4ohm so wondering wether to replace th 8ohm horn with a 4ohm diaphram.
Any thoughts?
Thanks.

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I have one Peavey SP5 that suddenyl lost the Woofer end. Horn still spits out but absolutly NOTHING at all from the Bottom 13". I swapped out fuses adn same problem, I switched outputs on the amp, same...


If you have a pair, swap the woofers. If the other one works in the cabinet, then it's definitely the speaker. If it doesn't, then you've likely got a problem with the crossover inside the unit. I believe you can get a replacement crossover from Peavey. If it's the speaker, google speaker re-coning in your area, as it's cheaper to re-cone the speaker than replace it.

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Peavey impulse 1015 horn cuts in and out


If the horn cuts out after some usage ...then its probably the limiter lamp that is gone .... the limiter lamp is switched into circuit once the " polyswitch " gets hot .... so at first the horn works ...then when the limiter lamp is switched in ...nothing !
its just a standard 12volt car tail light lamp ...let me know if this helps

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I would like to understand you problem better,
Are you trying to repair the input to the speaker from the amp???

Please elborate thanks

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