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Repair, Replace i have a pair of some pretty good 6x9 speakers for my car and both of them have "blown" voice coils. how can i replace them, where can i get the parts or who can do it for me? i dont have the money to get knew ones will it be cheaper to fix or buy new speakers? Audiobahn 2way 6x9 car speaker "AS69Q"

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  • manpee1 Jun 24, 2008

    well the cones , frames and diaphram are all in "like new" condition they just have blown coils. cant you just buy new coils?

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Fixing them isn't worth it just purchase some new 6x9's for less.

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  • InVision_A_V Jun 24, 2008

    Negative. In order to replace the voice coils you have to replace the whole cone, diaphram, and spider. Replacement is much cheaper and you can get something better for less anyhow.

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