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I think my speakers have blown they sound quite bad and no base to them can they be repaired or would it be cheaper to buy new they are monitor bronze br2 they are only 1 and half years old perhaps i didnt run them in for long enough

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If a speaker goes "bad" it usually can not be fixed. Speaker systems use different speakers for different tones. This sounds like the speaker used for bass is not working. Check if there is a fuse in the speaker cabinet somewhere. Also, is there bass gone on both speakers?

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