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Re: Cerwin Vega V-35 Horns Drivers Model TMH-1
First you need a multimeter set to OHM , check on the back of the horn , remove the leads and do some reading , it should read 4 , 8 , 16 ohms depending of the brand , if you get no reading its means that need to be replaced , some horns you can detach the back (magnet w/the coil ) so you can replace it without buying the whole unit . good luck
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The sub could be shorted or the wire connections of the sub could be shorted, or there could be an internal problem with the amplifier such as a shorted output stage or failure of some other component(s)
According the the Cerwin Vega manual for this model and others, all speakers in the system are rated at 8ohms. This includes the Sat4 Surround Speaker and all other channels.
More information can be found at Cerwin-Vega's service and support page at:
You can also call them for information as well.
This "Crackling" Problem is common with the Cerwin Vega VE-28S Subwoofer. If your subwoofer is out of warranty, and you know how to solder, you can fix the problem by replacing a few resistors, and transistors inside the amplifier. Get the parts on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/250756306868/
djsusan56, If you are looking to get an exact replacement, use the link below. CV considers themselves as a high end company so they are always looking to help there customers as a high end company should do. Opt to send the driver back to CV as they could very well just send you another new driver for free or at least sell you a replacement.
It should have a small fuse on the board between the transformer and the board. Check that first. If it is good see if the transformer is putting out any voltage. Two easy fixes that can be done in house...
2) Do a google search on "cerwin vega speaker replacement". You will find companies both that offer repair or repair kits (e.g., www.simplyspeakers.com) or sell replacements. Contact them - they have the expertise to tell you which of their products are most suitable for your model.
This, to me, is most likely the voice coil inside the driver rubbung against the yolk plate, or possibly the spyder slapping the metal plate underneath it, or the amp-(if it has one?) getting tired. this can occur from poor build quality, or playing the subwoofer too loud. depending on how much it cost you, you may want to get it repaired(voice coil re-alignment or something or new amp). But the way it seems, it is probably the driver itself. subwoofers get looser as they break in. This one may have been over-broken....sorry