Question about JBL PRX512M Speaker
Well it sounds like you know what the problem is already, the first thing you need to determine is if the fuze is blown, jbl's are expensive speakers and usually there is an internal and sometime an external fuze, sometimes the midrange and tweeters are fuzed sepeataly. I'm ont familiar with that particular model, but if it not a fuze then most likely you have overloaded the high end speakers and they may have blown out, the high freqency drivers and not cheap and if they are new and under warranty you might have a chance to get new tweeters/horns free but if it is your fault e.g. too much power going in, then you will have to pay for them. You can get replacemdent JBL or other good speakers at www.martinsoundproducts.com they are out of Cleveland Ohio and you can call them when you get their number off the website..
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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