Question about Peavey Music
The "in" and "out" jacks on the speaker are connected in parallel, so the fact that the other speaker works really doesn't tell us much. If you are not getting any sound at all from either the woofer or the horn, than the internal crossover is probably the defective part. The easiest way to hunt this down is to remove the rear plate that has the connectors on it and try each speaker directly,. Assuming that each speaker works, replace the crossover. Parts should be availabel from, Peavey directly. Call them and speak to the service parts department.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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