Question about Rockford Fosgate Car Audio & Video
I melted the voice coil on my poor old RFP-1208 8, and would like to replace it as I liked how it sounded. I also wanted to do the replacement myself for a hobby project. What are some good resources for the enthusiast re-builder?
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Posted on Mar 15, 2007
SOURCE: power supply replacment
Yes you can replaced the power supply but just make sure that unplug all power cord connected to ac power. When you removed the old power supply you must mark the connection with pencil so that when you install the new replacement power supply there is no mistake that cause you more trouble. Bring the old power supply when you buy because the size is important and also the wattages of power supply.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
SOURCE: voice coil
I'm sorry to tell you but it sounds like you may have put to much bass at a decent power rating through them and there not designed to be replaced. The whole speaker needs to be replaced. Do not use it as you are running a risk of shorting the circuitry in your radio or amp if the impedence is off from the blown speakers and can burn it up also.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
yes you can do it yourself no special tools are need just a couple good flathead screwdrivers and a lot of patiance be sure to put all the new washers and bearing back on in the same order the old ones came off putting the C clip on can be a little tricky but take you time and it can be done you may hvw to use the flat head to pry on the trans. shaft to get the clip in the groove then use a pair of chanell locks or pliers to snap it on if you get a new style bearing it may not look like the one you take off and not have all he washers just snap the small plastic pice onto the bearing put it on the the pulley the most of the time just the thin washe then the C clip the dust cover put belt back on the test machine
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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