Question about Kicker Solo-Baric L7 S15L72 Car Subwoofer
Strange really i renctly bought a 2nd hand subwoofer when it arrived i took it out of the box to find that there was something moving inside of the subwoofer.some sort of object. i decided to hook it up and it just got worse as the object kept bouncing back and fort of the cone.
i tested the cone to see if it scraped etc and all was fine. would there be some sort of component inside what could of broken of?
many thx and looking forward for any advice.
Thats the stuff thay use to make the speaker cone out of . ther is a hole on the botom of the speaker with a small screen that is about 1 inch in diamater on the kiker l7 u can take a wratchet extention and push this in very carfully now take the speaker and shake it up and down real fast till it make no more rataling now look on the ground that is what your problem was it had broke some of the old glue or cone now u might have a biger problem check to see if ther is anny separation around the yelow mesh screen area were the cone conects if not then your good to go
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
Ive had that happen to me with 2 12in infinity subs . (my first system) haha i dont knwo what it is but it sounds like a piece of solder weld has broken off in there where the voice coils conect to the cone.. its a manufacture defect nothin you can really do about it without taking it totally apart ... then the hard part is putn it back together .. specially if it wasnt suposed to ba taken apart lol
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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