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I have a 400 watt speaker and the board in not working and the the speakers and everything else is working good but i think that it the board inside the speaker.

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  • demet_javier Jan 23, 2009

    my 400 watts doesnt work well,tweeters have sounds but the wooper dont have

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The board that you are talking about is the crossover, does any of the speaker work the woofer or tweeter or midrange drivers? If the woofer does not work then take out the woofer and take the wires that attach to the speaker on the back and hook them directly to the speaker that you took out if it plays you need to replace the crossover in the speaker, this should be easy, just call the company that makes the speaker and order a new crossover, you can do this also with the speaker if there is no sound when you hook it up direct.

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