Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My horn stopped working in my Peavey KB 300 speaker. Wires are all connected and making contact. Could a horn go bad?
Yes a horn can get blown. This should be 2 pieces, the horn itself and a circular driver on the rear. The driver itself will have what is called a diaphragm that can be removed and replaced. That is the part you want. Open up the speaker and get the part number off of the back of the horn and order the diaphragm from Peavey.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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