Question about JBL 6-1/2\ Round Coaxial Speaker By Prospec Electronics" Speaker
Check the incorporated capacitors (if any), also inspect the braid speaker wire on the bass speakers (i understand that these are cutting out).
The braid wires are located between the speaker connection terminal and the speaker cone - if these are damaged or broken, this can cause the speaker to cut out intermittently. To see if this is the case, try to push the speaker membrane gently inward when the speaker cuts out - if it momentarily regains function, then the braid is almost certainly damaged.
Braid wires can be resoldered, but it's not a very easy task because of the structure of the braid, which makes it difficult to clean and solder.
You should have it repaired by someone with good soldering skills or at a speaker repair shop, otherwise the alternative is to replace the speaker.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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