Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If I'm not mistaken they use a horn driver. Many sell replacement diaphragms. They are relatively easy to change out, I've done it many times with Altecs, and JBL's. I think Orange County Speaker repair carries Klipsch diaphragms. Make sure you have the correct model number. A simple way to check is to disconnect horn from crossover, and put an Ohm meter across the terminals it should get a reading of 5.4 Ohms (something like that) for 8 ohm driver. If you get nothing diaphragm is blown.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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