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Need bass cones for wharfedale delta 90 speakers

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Hi, when a speaker does not work, you might need to do some troubleshooting tips to know exactly where the problem is .

First you will need to test the speaker cone if it's working properly by using an AA battery and two wires to make sure the cone is working..

Connect one of the wires to the Positive side of the speaker, and the other on the Negative side, And after that use the battery to hear if the speaker cone will make a click sound.

If it doesn't make a click, that means the speaker cone is Bad, you will need to replace the speaker cone,
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Over-driving or resonances can be unpleasant and intermittent. Decide which you have. Find some music that causes the symptom.

If you haved two identical subs the diagnosis should be easy enough. Swap them physically.

Lower the volume. Problem solved?

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Maybe the speaker cone is damaged or the voice coil is separating.

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I need to turn up the bass on my denon amp


A few ways to get more bass here you go John.

If you have a sub check your level and crossover settings on sub and on amp, on the sub half volume and 90-120 crossover should be kicking,

Run a speaker level test on your denon and turn up sub channel.

if you want more bass in your speakers press the tone button on the front panal. for some i believe its in the menu system under parameter

Depending on what the source is you can turn up the bass on the source. aka ipod, some dvd players and what have you.

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The speaker rattles. i removed it from the cabinet. what a monster! i see no visible cracks. the speaker appears to be made of plastic, not a fiber material. i'm probably pissing up a rope? i can


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Hi there,
of course you can replace the bass components and the fuses.
If you are not sure if the bass driver are actually blow try to replace the fuses first. You can easily find the fuses in any electronic components shop (like Radioshack or Maplin).
If the cones are blown they can be repaired (some specialists can do that) or just contact cervin-vega for the spare if available.

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