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Speaker blown? How do I open it up to see? And how do I fix it?

Sounds like something might be blown, there is a very intense vibration and rumbling/crackling noise when bass is on. How do I take the covering from off of the subwoofer (without cutting it off) to see the speaker? Or is it some other problem im unaware of?

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  • nick lala Sep 01, 2007

    just used a different cable; the problem isn't the cable.

  • Anonymous Jul 04, 2008

    Did you ever get your grille off?? cause I have the same problem and cant figure how to get it off...

  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2009

    I will buy the amplifier from anyone with a bad speaker, for a reasonable price.

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Buy a new sub because itd be mre to fix unless you know sum one

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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Try without having the input plugged on the speaker ... to determine if the noise is coming from cable or receiver

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That task is for a qualified tech kindly take your speaker to a qualified tech.

Posted on Mar 06, 2007

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