Hi there. thanks for making this useful site. i realize that you know a lot about speakers. let me ask a question if i may. i own a pair of infinity SM 255 and using them with vinyl or cd sources in stereo mode the bass is not the best of them. i compared for example with a friend´s vintage pioneer HPM 150 (my ideal speakers) and they are very deep in the bass and better sweet sound. getting into the speaker i found that the magnet is very small compared with the size of the woofer or others i saw, and in high volume they don´t move quite like the HPM´S and start to "fart". since i live in argentina and quality audio is dificult to get, what do you recomend? do i have to change the woofer? does it have any way to upgrade the component in any way? sell them? help!!!
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Hi. I use exactly this PC. You have to realize the mic is inbuild and not easily seen. Your external mic is also ok. About the right speakers, you'll have to check the connection on the motherboard..most likely one of the i/c has an issue. It is a rugged system and will last. Not to worry
Got a pair of these at Damark for $72.[plus shipping] Can't think of anything bad to say about them. A basic 2-way design with a titanium tweeter and a 8" mid-woofer. Bass reflex with a rear firing port. 150 watt power handling. These little guys have guts PLUS nice tonal balance. Didn't find the tweets to be harsh as some say. Not as smooth as the EMIT-R by Infinity [my fave tweets] but still makes the high end shimmer. Sure there are better speakers in this design, but for those of us with limited resources, these were a real find. Get 'em while you can. 4 stars for performance plus 1 more for value.
If the rip or split extends from the voice coil out to the edge, the speaker may be too far gone to replace. I have repaired expensive speaker cones with epoxy cement, provided the tear is fairly small or narrow. No noticeable degradation of performance either.