Question about MA Audio HK15X2 Car Subwoofer
I have two 2400 watt FUBR Power Acoustic subs that I am having an issue with on one.…it is hooked to an 1800 watt JPL amp…everything has worked perfect for three years but now….
One of the subs internally is catching on something. When the cone goes in and out it is catching and clicking. There is no tear or wire pulled off, it is a physical part of the internal baffle (or cone or whatever it is) that is catching. It is only one spot inside but I cannot see it due to the surrounding metal (which is perforated).
Any ideas on what this is or if it is fixable?
Thanks for any help you can provide….
From past experience this is usually due to the voice coil overheating and then hitting the magnet structure and producing a clicking sound when being played. Basically your speaker is blown.
Some brands of speakers have spare parts such as coils/cones for them to be repaired but probably not many now days.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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