Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hello sir, hi there, usually speakers are replaceable if its not working, if the value of your speakers are quite high, you may need to rewind the voice coil, or find a replacement voice coil for it, much better you need to replace the entire unit.
Here are some test to confirm if your speakers are busted.
1. get a double A battery.
2. connect the negative terminal to the negative of the battery using a black wire.
3. connect the positive terminal of the speaker to the positive of the battery intermittently with a red wire.
4. you should hear clicks. no clicks it's busted. replace the driver.
test for voice coil free flow. press gently the cone, and feel the free movement, if you feel friction or scratches, replace the driver.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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