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Speaker membrane Hello i'm from Saint-pierre et Miquelon I've 8 SWA 1801 and i have a problem with 4 of them the membrane not working and i'm lookink for parts .can you help me to find thanks a lot

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    I Need parts for subwoofer SWA1801 . Where can buy . Thanks

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mackie 1801 f 1 blow and tip 122 bad

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SOURCE: Model swa 1801 Fuse 240V 4A

check for integrity of the main amp and the torroidal transformer.

here is a guide , how to check for transistor

if there is a continuity on the primary terminal of the transformer.

Have a tech to guide you , should you need to DIY.

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SOURCE: Can you tell me what

As per spec sheet states:

Input Impedance = 50K for the Active System


SWA1801 Active Subwoofer Spec Sheet - Mackie



For the passive speaker =4 ohms

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

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