Just order new drivers ( speakers ) from the driver manufacturer, or any manufacturer as long as the size and ohms are same as original, look at back of speaker on top of magnet end and there's usually the manufacturers name, can probably order new drivers from their website.
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If you have switched speakers to make sure it's not just a blown woofer, then I'd suggest just replaceing the amp. It's odd for an amp to output treble but not bass on an output channel, and the tech time to figure this out could be more expensive than a new Phonic amp
If you have switched speakers to confirm that that speaker is faulty and not your amp, it's a question of opening up the speaker and looking for obvious damage. If none then find the bass driver and remove one connection to it. Then with a 1.5 volt battery connect the + to the plus of the bass driver and the - to the other terminal. ONLY FOR A SPLIT SECONED! If the bass unit works it should pop and you should see the cone move. If it doesn't either the wire from the speaker has come away from the terminal point (bad soldering) or the coil is open circuit (new bass unit I'm afraid). If it does pop it's something on the crossover that's faulty. Check for bad soldering first.
Incoming from WHAT? Ampifiers accept inputs via RCA connections and send amplified audio to the speakers via the + and - OUTPUT terminals.
I'm guessing your colored wires are from your speakers and that there is a piece of this puzzle we do not see - how the speakers on the deck and in the dining area are wired.
You say, "was working ok previously"... previous to WHAT? Something changed.
You can probably troubleshoot and resolve this yourself.
Set the amp to a medium output level.
If the wires are simply leading to either or both pairs of speakers you could select any two of them and connect them to one side of the amp. Only a pair going to the same speaker(s) will produce sound. Once you identify one pair, the other pair probably goes to the other speakers. Connect them to the other channel output.
The last piece would be to establish correct phasing between the speakers. Bass response will suffer if they're not IN-phase. Play something with substantial bass. Listen closely, then reverse the wires on one side only. Test again. If it IMPROVES you have it right. If it losses bass, put the wires back the way they were.
This problem is not likely to be a volume control problem. There is a transistor inside that is failing (getting noisy) when heated up. If you have no experience with amp repairs, do not attempt this as it is not simple to locate the defective part. Continued use in this condition can cause problems with the speakers. Please have this serviced by a repair shop with experience with GK gear.
You'll need to use one of the four stereo inputs on the mixer and make sure you wire the speakers separately to channels one and two of the amplifiers. Assuming both of your amps are xti series amps, that's all you have to do.
sounds like you may have a phasing problem with the 4 speakers connected in series. This has the effect of cancelling the bass out. Check that you have them all wired as say "stripe" to negative terminal on the speaker. I use this as a rule of thumb to be sure there are never any phasing problems. they all(speaker boxes) need to be facing the same way for bass to propagate well. Check that you have bridging OFF and all settings to "stereo" SAny other settings you are not sure on, just ask me here :)
your amp try to protect itself from damage when he feels some trouble from your sub.-start by changing sub cabel and sub itself if it does not becomes ok. if all above failed---you have serious problem in sub output stage and can be fixed in service center.
Hi, I asume your setting up a home theater with five speakers a center left and right
and rear surrounds don't know if you have a subwoofer. The large speakers in the front will work fine if you set the amp to large front speakers the bass will be sent to these.
If you have a subwoofer set, the amp to small front speakers and the bass will be directed to it. Also try to get a center channel speaker that sounds somewhat like your large speakers.