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It does indeed sound like cone damage or dirt/dust in the coil
If they are new from dell then get n RMA and send them back
If owever they are past warranty then consider a new pair unless you are happy trying to get a matching replacement cone possible from an electronics component dealer.
Now being from NSW I cant imagine there are than many component dealers so you could pull it appart and try digikey or mouser, farnell etc and get one shipped.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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