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My tweeters are blown on my Samson Resolve 65a monitors...anyone know what I should get (and where) to replace 'em?

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It might tell you on the back of the tweeter what rating they are. I should do a webserch for Samson spares and see what it comes up with.

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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okay ill answer this as best to my knowledge.There inside is a wire going to the woofer or the low frequency speaker.then you have the tweeter which is for the really high frequency.Inside there is either a capacitor or a crossover a capacitor is a small can looking piece and the croossover is a coil or wires.But what this does is stops the tweeter from receiving the low frequenies that should be directed to the woofer as it also stops the woofer from getting the high frequencies.You need to open it up and see if any wires are loose or disconnected or if anything dont look right if there is a capacitor look on the top and see if its buldging if it is it is about to pop which that could be your problem or it may have already.Do this when you open it up will you tke a video and show me the inside of your speaker.

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You are getting DC offset voltage on one of your amplifiers that is the reason the speaker pushes out and you might be hearing a humming noise too. Do not turn on the speakers till you get it fixed or else you would end up burning the speaker voice coil too.The dim blue LED is also an indication of a short circuit in the output stage.
Your left amplifier needs a output chip (IC ) replacement. You will need professional help to do that. Will cost you about 20$ plus service charges.

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Hi there
To answer your question;
If it is not indicated near the fuse holder then look closely at the metal end caps of the fuse.
The value will be written on one of them,
It may look like 2A/250v for 2amps.

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You need to go inside and isolate the tweeters. Then with a 1.5volt battery apply the + to + etc for a second. If it pops it's working and the problem is in the crossover. If not it's dead!

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Its prob a dry solder joint problem.

http://www.gearslutz.com/board/low-end-theory/314545-samson-rubicon-r5a-problem.html

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