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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
like a ground problem with the speaker crossover circuit or the amplifier. Turn
the amp off and disconnect one speaker and interchange it with the other using
the same speaker wires. If the static speaker is now working interchange the
speaker wires and try it again. Or if the same speaker still has static it is
the speaker. If the static is on the same channel then you have a bad wire or
if both channels work it was a bad connection.
If the problem remains on the same channel change the speaker wires. If
the problem switched to the other channel then it is a bad speaker wire or
connection. If the same speaker has the same problem it is most likely the
crossover circuit in the speaker which is used to filter frequencies of the
audio signal by using capacitors and coils. If the static speaker is now working
and the other speaker is now not working it is the amplifier. If the static
problem is on all input devices I would trouble shoot the preamp section of the
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, I hope you can
tweeter burn out is primarely due to too much power input not so much from load music but the amp may be putting out far more than 8 ohms / replace the speakers but install a little device called a polly switch protector they work like a fuse if there is too much power they open and dont allow harmfull power to burn out the coils then when the power reduces they close turning the speakers back on
look them up on the net any goo speaker retailor will know what they are and were to get then they cost about $ 2 lots of money ay makes you wonder why there not stock standered on all speaker enclose ,
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Posted on Dec 22, 2010
SOURCE: Two questions: 1) I have a
These are very good speakers with three speakers in the enclosure.
1. Check to see if the wires broke on the tweeter that fell out. A friend with a screwdriver can remove the bigger speaker to inspect the damage. I think the tweeter is probably OK.
2. It is possible to swap tweeters with your other unit to ensure it is the tweeter and not the wiring or crossover. There is a small electronic unit in the cabinet that serves all three speakers.
3. You most certainly replace this tweeter to get the speaker system back to specifications.
I am unsure about the HF or LF connections. If you have an instruction manual, it would be in there. HF is probably High Frequency; LF is probably Low Frequency. Whoever sells the tweeter will know the answer to that question. Lacking any other information, I would connect to the other set & see if I could hear a difference in low frequency response.
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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