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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kef Q Series iQ1 problem
You may have broken the cross over, which is fixable by an service agent, or you may have damaged the voice coil in the mid driver. you can check this by sofly pushing the main driver in, making sure that you done push the cone, if there is a lot of resistance then you have damaged the voice coil, and you will need to replace the driver.
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
SOURCE: Busted cone (i think)
First try swapping the leads on your source, powering the left speaker with the right channel, and the right speaker with the left, if the problem follows, then the issue is with your source, and not the speaker.
If the cone is torn, then try to patch it, using some basic glue and several layers of tissue paper. White Glue, embed tissue paper in the glue, more glue,embed tissue paper in the glue, do this several times building up several layers. Guessing this is a standard paper cone...
Now if you are still having the issue, could be that the woofer is damaged. Look for a replacement.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
I'm guessing that you have Bi-wireable binding posts on the back and your jumper straps are not installed. You'll be able to tell if they are biwireable if there are 4 sets of speaker connections vs the standard two. When you are only using one set of speaker wires you need to have metal straps installed between the upper and lower pair of connections so that all of the drivers are getting signal.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Hiya, its the cone. The former is touching the magnet inside. Realignment is really tricky and dont know many people who can do that so you may either have to live with it or see if someone can recone it in your area.
Best of luck
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
The foam surrounds degrade with the years. No bugs, just old age. If the speakers are worth it, you can have them repaired at better audio stores.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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