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Need bass cones for wharfedale delta 90 speakers

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Fix a torn speaker cone?


If it is a woofer, you would probably fix it quite easy. If the speaker driver is used for both bass and midrange, you have a problem.
Fixing a speaker cone is depending on the material. If it is paper cone, it is very easy by using paper that you glue with wood glue (White water based glue) on to the cones rear side (for estetic reasons).
A midrange or bass/midrange driver is operating in frequencies where the cone starts to break up. Not torn apart, but the break up frequency is the frequency where the inner and outer part of the cone not longer follow each other in the same direction. These properties of a cone determine the sound of the speaker which is that type of speaker drivers "identity". Messing that identity up, you end up with a speaker that does not sound as the original one.
Remember that cross over network used to split up frequency ranges, not only are lowpass, bandpass, and highpass filter, but they also filter irregularities where the speaker driver is not longer providing a linear frequency response (Its characteristic sound).

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I just brought some wharfedale one-three speakers and have them hooked up as the rear speakers. Can i get the sub to play still and do i hook the speaker wires in the top or bottom?


Do you mean "Modus 13"?

See picture 6...

http://www.freeads.co.uk/uk/av/audio/hi-fi/speakers/8402337/wharfedale-modus-one-three-speakers-black-rare-bi-wire-quality/view

Put the jumpers back in as shown. Hook your speaker leads to either top or bottom. The entire array of drivers will be active.

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Ok..... I have some Wharfedale Modus 8s. My question is, is that the base speaker is crackling a bit. typically when you don't have enough power the tweeters will clip first and go out. perhaps i did...


Dunno how old they are, but I just had an 11-year old pair of woofers re-edged because the foam surround and the adhesive had deteriorated. Upon close inspection the foam surround was noticeably pulled away from the cone in a few spots. Unfortunately, if there is an age-related issue with materials beneath the surface that you can't see, you'd have to pull the driver to check it out.

It wasn't until I turned my bass up loud that anything sounded wrong, which precipitated looking for the culprit (quickly found).

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Bad news! It sounds like the coil is rubbing inside the magnet of the speaker! There's no cure, when the cone is warped it it knackers it up. Had the same problem some years ago with a Wharfedale speaker. Someone told me you can hit it on the part where the cone joins the magnet -with a hammer!
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