Question about Peavey SP2 PA Passive Speaker
High chance that both of them was blown due to high frequency signal from the amplifier. You may confirmed it by swapping with a working one or if not available test the incoming audio from the two speaker wire connected to this speaker with a multimeter set in AC. There was a small flactuating voltages reading depends upon the beat of the sounds if the audio signal was present.
If confirmed that the speaker was already faulty, there some shop specialized in speaker rewinding, this speakers need to replace the voice coil to work again or you may replaced it with a new one.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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