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Two 12" 500w pioneer car subs

How can you fix blown subs.

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    Alex Miller Jan 22, 2008

    i bought them from someone because i bought a speaker box from this guy and he left the speakers in it and he told me they were blown

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Try this site for parts to repair woofer.its not too difficult.but if the basket or magnet got warped due to heat then your out of luck.why did it blow?check your impedence.

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