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Eltax millenium 500 speaker problem

Hi,have lost treble and midrange on 1 speaker only,both bass still work ok,was wondering if it could be something on the electrical circit board inside or the speaker units themselfs,also were is best place to locate parts reguards james

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Some high end speakers have a fuse to protect the tweeter (treble). Reverse the speakers. Does the problem follow the suspected speaker? If so, the defect is most likely on the crossover inside the speaker.

What do you mean by best place to locate parts?

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