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Tannoy jupiter mk2 limited edition 60th anniversay speakers any info on these?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I am not very technically
get an Ohmmeter, take a reading on each speaker line one at a time, on both A & B speaker lines. You should get a reading of 8+/- ohms. The speaker switch with the 6 spks will probably read almost 0 ohms when all 6 are running. That is what your amp is not liking. Try running it with one set of speakers on the switch,with the Tannoys on ch A on your amp and the switch on B. add one pair of the 6 at a time and you'll see that it won't like all 6 at once. 2, maybe 4, at a time is probably what you'll find to work.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: inverted(puhed in)tweeter
You may be able to pull them out using tape. That is sellotape then gently pull .They should pop out like
a dented car panel. My understanding is these domes really protect moving coil from dust so should not affect sound. Worst case swop the tweeter.
Ive just bought a pair of revolution 3 with same "fault" so I will let you know how I get on .I am in Electronics trade as profession. It may be possible to gently remove dome using a surgical blade then popping out and gluing on with PVA / Latex glue coloured with black ink if you dont like white appearance.
It is sometimes possible to pull out using fine sewing needle push in then gently pull out as if removing a spell from your finger.
Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
I needed some speakers reconed. It ended up cheaper for me to just purchase new 10 inch woofers for my speakers. I actually purchased Rockford Subs for a car and placed them in my home speakers cabinets. It worked great.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: Tannoy Reveal 66D
One possibility is that the mute switches on your speakers have oxydized contacts INSIDE the switch - this kind of malfunction mostly occurs when the equipment is exposed to moisture and/or smog.
The most common solution is to change both switches, but they can also be disassembled and cleaned up (which is a bit more complicated and time consuming).
Another possibility is a dried up filter capacitor in the power supply or somewhere in the preamplifier section, possibly also a bad preamplifier chip but if your speakers work fine (with the exception of the mute switch noise), then the problem is more likely with the switches.
Also, check the internal connectors for any dirt, broken wires or desoldered pins.
Could also be something else, you should know i'm only assuming on the possibilities and i'm listing the most common problems i've encountered so far.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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