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I have a yamaha SW218v speaker cabinet. while playing it one night, they completely shut off. are the drivers blown or could there maybe be an overload inside that can be reset?

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Often there is a gasket seal at the speaker/cabinet interface to keep any air leaks from happening. That seal can get pretty stubborn after time, or perhaps it was glued in with some type of glue. I'd be real careful with the "claw hammer" technique, you will likely honk up the cabinet, the speaker, or both. Use a razor knife carefully around the edge of the speaker and cabinet. If that will go into the crack, work your way around until you've freed up the speaker. Good luck and be careful!

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Poly Switch
All full-range loudspeakers are fitted with a self-resetting
poly switch that protects the high-frequency driver from
damage caused by excessive power.
If a loudspeaker cabinet loses high-frequency output, immediately
remove power from the unit and wait for two to three
minutes. They should allow the poly switch to reset. Reapply
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Power handling CAPACITY is not to be confused with power requirements. What they're getting at in the box "To protect your speakers" on Page 3 in the manual ...

"To protect your speakers
When choosing a power amplifier to use with your speakers,
make sure that its power output matches the speakers’ power
capacity (refer to the Specifications on page 6). Even if the
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...is that any amplifier driven beyond it's non-distorting power limit will damage any speaker system, not with its raw power but with the artifacts of distortion (clipping). So they recommend amps spec'd at those high ratings in an attempt to keep them from distorting due to overdrive.

In practice, if you're cranking an amp to the stops you're either overdriving it or you're performing a concert and wishing you could crank it to '11'.

Being nominally 4-ohms, a pair of these speakers would likely have to be run in series or else their effective impedance may drop dangerously low. Two amps may be better for you, one amp per subwoofer.

If you need the manual, register with retrevo.com and download it free using "Yamaha SW218v" as the search.

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bhurajiv,
Well it's a good thing that you are getting sound from the tweeter from the speaker cabinet with the problem, that eliminates one of the possible problems; your wires are connected!

If your other speaker sounds fine, the first thing to try is to swap your speaker wires with the one that sounds fine. If the problem speaker cabinet still only produces sound from the tweeter, the problem is within the speaker. If the problem goes away, the problem is from your electronics.

If the problem is within your speaker and it is still under warranty, find a authorized repair location (http://www.cerwinvega.com/service_center.php).

Problems within the speaker can only be one or more of the following: 1) The drivers not producing sound have been blown; played with either too much power and/or distortion. Distortion is created when you play your music too loud with a amp not able to reproduce what you are looking for in sound, the speaker itself can hear it before you can.
2) The speaker cabinet has a crossover inside which directs the proper sounds to the proper driver. This crossover can have components that have been broken be either #1 or from exsessive vibration.
3) There are wires inside of the speaker cabinet that have been disconnected. This can happen over time or if someone reaches inside of the cabinet through the port and pulls on the wires; like a young child or pet such as cats.

If the drivers in question just one day stopped producing sound, start with the easiest solution, #3 then #1 if you can suspect anyone could have played your speakers other than you.

To diagnose the problem, you first start by removing the woofer and confirm that all of the wires are connected and in good condition. While the woofer is removed, to eliminate that there is a problem with the speakers, temporarily connect the mid-range and woofer, one at a time, directly to the wire coming from your electontics, if they produce sound the problem is within the crossover network, if they do not produce sound, the problem is with the driver itself. Replacement parts should only be purchased directly from Cerwin Vega directly (http://www.cerwinvega.com/contact_us.php)

-Chris



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