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Happy owner of a pair of Dynaudio BM6a. BUT !!the tweeter in one of them stopped playing at same level as before after a protection Cut-off. It has sound, but level is reduced. Whattodo ? Pls

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  • Steen Lidsmoes Aug 08, 2013

    A friend with som tecnical skills, sugets that it could be a limiter fuse or an resistor that i blown, since i have sound in the tweeter at all. Could anyone help me to locate the fuse/resistor on the board ?

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SOURCE: Hi, I own the Dynaudio BM6A acoustics monitors

If an internal circuit breaker pops, something has failed. Even surge protectors do little to protect stuff unless they are high level types with filtering. Key thing: ALL your interconnected equipment MUST be powered from the SAME receptacle or power conditioner. Using multiple outlets can allow building "ground bounce" to rupture sensitive input circuits. Use of balanced lines avoids noise in systems.

Posted on Apr 21, 2011

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My monitor is styill for working but the tweeter dont make any sound. i think its blowed up, is there a fuse a something that could be replaced in the amp?


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The problem could either be a blown tweeter (but that would likely cause distortion rather than silence) or a fault with the amp or crossover. Often it seems a relay is at fault in these instances with dynaudio monitors. In any case, unless you have considerable electronics knowledge (which I think it's fair to assume you don't ?) you won't be able to fix em yourself. Give dynaudio an email or call - they're helpful.



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