Question about M-Audio StudioPro 4 Main / Stereo Speaker
Woofer sounds to be "blown" but there is no visible sign of damage. When I push it in slightly (while off), I notice some distortion where as with the other speaker there is no noise (as it should be). It's almost as if the woofer has come apart from whatever is centered behind it or maybe rubbing against something else? Any thoughts, tips or even location of replacement woofer would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
The "voice coil" inside the woofer must be rubbing against the "yolk" plate. Meaning = it is mechanically blown(damaged) to a point but electrically intact.
My sugesstion is to take out the damaged woofer and "google" for a mew woofer with the correct impendance and size and mounting holes. If you dont know thw impendance, then you should go with at least 8 ohms. More ohms = less risk of overloading the amp. whick can cause a fire!
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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