Question about Peavey Music
ATTACHING CROSSOVER TO SPEAKER WITH PROPER WIRE. CODING
In Peavey cabinets, the lower woofer is always Yellow + and Blue - and the horn is always Red + and Black -. On the middle 15" the remaining two wires would be White + and Blue -
Posted on Dec 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The lamp is an "1156" lamp... replace with that part number. Here :
Or you can find it at auto parts store.
LIKELY the polyfuse device is ALSO gone... Probably similar to this one (1.1 amp, trip 2.2 amp):
or this one (1.85 amp, trip 3.7 amp):
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
Here is a link to forum that someone has posted the soundguard protection circuit down the page:
The 1156 lamp MAY have slightly different shapes but is an automotive lamp. If the bulb is blown, the polyswitch fuse is likely blown as well.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
Check the resistance across the woofer connection points. Using an ohmmeter, you should se around 6 to 8 ohms. If there is no continuity, you have a blown speaker.
Posted on Jun 26, 2011
SOURCE: I need a color coded
Usually the colors you will find are red and black pair and yellow and white... USUALLY the red/blk pair go to the tweeter horn with red going to the + lead of the horn drivers. Usually the yellow/white pair go to the woofer with the white going to the + lead of the woofer in Peavey speakers... HOWEVER you never know if someone has rewired the cabinet so going by colors is NOT the best way to go... This should have the "soundgard" circuit in it and the lead that goes throught the lamp and resistor that is NOT connected to the inout jack is the TWEETER + lead. The pair that connects to the inout jack DIRECTELY is the woofer leads and the TIP connection of a 1/4 inch jack is the + woofer lead. Verifying these connections is the best method.
Posted on Aug 15, 2011
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