Question about Paradigm Titan Speaker
Connect the wires of the speaker to a 1.5 volt battery. Plus wire to plus terminal of the battery etc... Only let it touch the battery for a short time! You should hear a pop from the speaker! Put your ear close to the tweeter and see if does the same. If It doesn't, go inside the speaker and connect the battery direct to the tweeter (disconnect it from the crossover unit that feeds it). If it still doesn't pop it's gone and you will need to replace it. If it does it's the crossover that is faulty.
Tweeters are the first to go when the amp is at high volume. So make certain that the speakers don't have a lower wattage than the amp. If they have you must never turn up the volume very high or you will lose the speaker again.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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