How can i know the original of the tannoy r3 bass driver
Could you give me some pictures in detail(picture in front and back of bass driver)of bass drivers of tannoy r3.
how can i find that is the original or false.
thank you very much
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Derrick, not all cabinet speakers were meant to be replace, not saying it can not be done, but they could be epoxied in.
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this should be a 1960 bass and there was 18,000 of them made so it is not rare but the questions that must be asked to put it in the rare category is the bass 100% original = this means everything /pots /pickups /tuners /frets /finish and then the overall functioning of the parts EX. bent tuner that turns restricted causing tuning problems / pots that cut out / input jack that's screwed up / buzzing or severely worn frets /and or fret board wear /worn finish on the body/neck so you must go down the list of everything to come to the overall condition of your bass then you can grade it by it's condition and then see where the basses category is (PRISTINE) =never used still tags & case (fine) = slightly used tags & case (excellent)= used but no finish chips scratches everything original & working so you get the picture I am curious about this because most players know there basses very well so this tells me that you have acquired this bass recently or that it belonged to a family member? and was passed down to you post back with more info/pictures of the bass I'd like to see it Stephen
If you found second hand 605s you can swap entire sub speaker. Your other option is check your local yellow pages for a pro audio repair shop that does re-coning. Re-coning is a specialty operation and it's not a procedure for the novice. You can also check online for re-coning services.
Maybe some wire is faulty... Try to disconnect everything and connect each speaker one by one, first trying only radio tuner and then trying to connect the TV and other devices. Using that you can isolate the fault into the specific component/wire.
http://www.sonfatherguitars.com/Schematics/P-Bass.GIF this is a seymore duncan wiring diagram. its standard bass wiring, and by the looks of the picture it should be close. luckily, most electrical manufacturers use universal wiring color codes. yostamplifier.com
tannoy dc speakers are built to very high tolerances. they are very easy to damage if taken apart so i suggest you contact a specialist tannoy service shop. i know a shop in london who sells a lot of vintage tannoy speakers and he says very few repair shops are capable of fixing these dc drivers. good luck