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Not even static?!

I recently purchased a Dual XINBP-210 from a private party seller,original owner. I attempted to hook them up to my sony xplode 700w amp. I cannot get the subs to pick up any signal at all. I know the amp works( it pounds the crap out of my sony xplode 12") but even when i take the subs out of the box and hook one up directly to the amp, no signal, no static, no pop, nothing. All of the wiring is sound and the only flaw i've noticed is one sub's voice coil is seperated from the cone. I know it sounds like there are no options, but i hope you guys can give me some advice so i dont have to throw them away. thanx

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Re: Not even static?!

I was driving and my subs quit working the amp is fine I took the speakers out of the box looked them over they are still tight no problems with the coils or terminal I hooked them up to my subwoofer wire on my home theater system and still subwoofers still don't work does anyone know what I can do before I throw them away

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Re: Not even static?!

If the flex wires are atached from the cone then the coil is disconnected.hit me up if you need more info.

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