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Dropped speaker now has lots of static

Have an LG "out of the box" home theater system. Front left speaker fell about 3 feet onto hardwood floor. Speaker still works, but now has lots of static. Can this be fixed? If so, how difficult and expensive? Is it worth fixing, or should I be shopping for a new set? The system is only 1 year old.

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Dear Sir
Welcome to Fixya Customer Support

I feel happy to assist on this occasion
By Analysing Your Speaker Problem it deffinately by broken speaker cones.Generally We observed that when speaker gets external shock or fell down from height speaker cones brokes, and it gives somewhat static sounds and also originality of sound also losted.So you can replace u r cones or speaker but it is quite expensive and but not originates Original Sound but somewhat satisfied. So purchase new one is better choice.

good luck

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chandrashekhar

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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The driver inside needs to replaced as the magnet broke or the driver got bent..it may be cheaper to order a new speaker complete from them.

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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