Question about Yamaha HS50M Main / Stereo Speaker
First off make certain it's not coming from the amplifer, try listening via headphones. If that is OK switch the speakers. If you find the sound moves to the other channel with the speaker it is the speaker and not the amp. The next thing to do is closley examine the faulty speakers units looking for damage. Still nothing, then with your fingers spaced out over the cone of the woofer (so you apply pressure evenly). Push on the cone gently so it goes in and out. If is scrapes at all you have a cone that is catching. I'm afraid the woofer must be replaced. If it doesn't catch, your next step is to open up the speaker and look around for damage or bad soldering.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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