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My infinity is blown and i know u can fix them i just dnt no how to get to the coil without taking the cone off...so how u do it?????

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You see that black round on the middle, ussually they put name print (infinity). You have to take that to access the voice coil. You can use a soldering iron to heat up the adhesive but make sure you dont burn it. Use a low wattage soldering iron.

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1. Detaching the speakers:

Use a screwdriver to take the speakers from the place where it is mounted and take off the attached wires. After that, separate the surround and the frame by removing the glue on the frame edge by using a small knife or a sharp object like a tester edge. Be very careful when you do this because the frame edges can be damaged.

2. Separate the voice coil and speaker cone:

Using the same small knife or a tester edge, slowly take out the voice coil from the speaker cone. Cut all the terminal wires and keep the voice coil, speaker cone, and spider separately in place.

3. Fixing the new voice coil:

Clean the trapped dust particles in the voice coil gap carefully by using the compressed air. The voice coil is the piece of wire that is attached to the speaker cone, and that is responsible for amplifying the current, which is passed through the speakers. Remove the old voice coil and fix the new voice coil within the space if the problem is with the coil. Place the spider around the new voice coil, replace the spider and then the speaker cone in the middle. Don't forget to apply enough glue so that the cone doesn't come out. Let it dry for about 24 hours.

4. Fixing the speaker frame:

After it is dry, apply glue on the surround to fix the speaker frame and the cone in the right position. Now we are about to reassemble the components of the sub-woofer.

5. Fixing the wires:

Once all the components are put together in the right place, use a soldering iron to connect the old terminal wires with the new voice coil terminal wires, if the voice coil is replaced. If the new cone has no pre-attached wires, use small wires to the terminal wires, and then create small holes in the cone. Place the wires into the holes and connect them to the voice coil using the soldering iron.Now the connection is also reestablished.



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The Sub a little easier to fix you can send it Back to the maker of the sub and they will fix it ($)
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