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Sometimes silicone if its a very small rip. Usually, junk it and get a new one

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Repair of speaker


You can have your cones re-foamed by any speaker repair shop. You can even do it yourself, there are many places that sell kits to do that. It's easy, I've done it myself. Here's a source:

New Edge It Foam Kits

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Subwoofer output distorted


Check to see if the speaker foam surrounds have disintegrated on your subwoofer. I bet it is. If so the speaker will sound like it is distorting or vibrating. Electrically it should be fine. My 2000 Avalon has this same problem with the 8" JBL subwoofer. It is a common problem and an easy fix. Go online to ebay or Amazon and purchase a speaker foam surround replacement kit (Ranges from $18.00 to $25). Youtube also has "How To" videos on how to repair this on your own. I just ordered my foam kit and awaiting the parts. Here is one for $23 but you can shop around for other deals.

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The foam on my kfc w3000 is destroyed


There are kits available to repair speaker surrounds (aka foam). Here's a link to one of them:
http://www.speakerworks.com/speaker_repair_kits_s/65.htm
Just a side note: repaired speakers will never sound the same. I repaired my subs a few years ago and was unhappy with the resultant sound so I purchased new ones. Personal experience.

Aug 30, 2010 | Kenwood KFC-W3009 Car Subwoofer

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The foam surround on my subs are cracked and torn. I need them repaired. Would it be more ideal to buy new subs or get these w7's repaired?


wow i won't throw them away or anything like that. You can always go down to your local JL Audio dealer to see how much to refoam the subs. Lot cheaper then buy new ones..... That's the way i would go.. Hope this was helpfull

May 20, 2010 | Jl Audio 13W7 Car Subwoofer

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I need a replacement sub due to torn foam. any


The cheapest option for you would be to have the foam surround replaced. Anyone that recones speakers can do this for you. This is a relatively simple repair for an experienced shop. Figure a cost in the $40 range for parts and labor.

Dan

Feb 20, 2010 | Infinity BU-1 Speaker

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Repairing 1/4inch tear in foam around sub


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I used this stuff to repair a tear in the rubber surround on a kicker solobaric 10", it has held up for 10 years, seal the front and back if possible and allow to dry/cure completely. good luck :)

Feb 14, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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I have a little rip on the subs ring


The little rip on the foam surround can be repaired easily with some pure silcone from a harware store. Make sure it's pure silicone, because the silicone mixtures may deteriorate the foam prematurely. Also, all you're really doing is plugging the hole that the rip makes so that air doesn't leak out and further damage the surround and also affect your sub's performance. You'll need to apply a thin to moderate coat of silicone to the rip, and make sure that some gets into the rip. Do NOT use globs or big lumps. You should apply some silicone to your finger, and carefully apply it to the area. Try not to get too much on the inside/backside of the rip. If you'd rather just get a replacement sub, you should be able to find the raw driver on eBay or at a local MTX dealer.

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Surround seperated from subwoofer


You can order repair kit here:
http://www.simplyspeakers.com/2doityourself.htm

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