Is it worth repairing a subwoofer?
A: The short answer to your question is no, the repair is likely not worth it. The price/performance ratio of subwoofers has improved considerably in the last decade, so finding a subwoofer that matches or beats the AS 20’s specifications—8″ driver, 60 watts RMS, 33 Hz to 140 Hz frequency response—is not too tough.
Can a subwoofer be repaired?
Can you fix a blown subwoofer? Yes, you can fix a blown subwoofer especially when it is partially blown sub damaged cone. However, a damaged voice coil will be difficult to replace. Depending on the extent of the problem, the best solution is to purchase a new subwoofer.
Will a cracked subwoofer still work?
For now, it is important to recognize that when a subwoofer is blown, it is not going to continue to work in the way that you would like. So, once you notice that your subwoofer is blown, it is time to make a move on repairing or replacing this important piece of sound equipment in your sound system.
What causes a subwoofer to freeze?
when amplifiers go into clipping, they send square wave voltage to the speakers, which translates to DC voltage. when a voice coil gets DC voltage, it turns the coil into a heating element, and the coil quickly burns up, causing teh cone to “freeze” in such a manner as you’ve described.
How can you tell if a sub is blown?
Subwoofers are blown when they either receive too much power or too much of a distorted signal. You can find out if your subwoofer is blown by listening to the sound, reviewing the movement of the woofer, and using a multimeter to find out if the coil is blown.
Why do my subwoofers keep blowing?
Subwoofers are most commonly blown by supplying too much signal to the car audio amplifier. Too much signal results in a “clipping” which is when audio signals voltages reach amplifier’s power supply voltages. The result is a “clipped” signal and this can damage the amplifier and subwoofer.
How do you fix a blown subwoofer coil?
A beginner friendly guide on how to fix a blown subwoofer
- Step 1- Assess the Voice Coil.
- Step 2- Check the Speaker Cone.
- Step 3- Detach the Speaker from its Frame.
- Step 4- Remove the Speaker Surround.
- Step 5- Remove the Voice Coil and Speaker Cone.
- Step 6- Replacing the Voice Coil.
- Step 7- Fix the Speaker Frame.
How does a blown subwoofer sound?
A blown subwoofer damages sound quality, producing cracks, pops and general static. To test the subwoofer, start audio playback at a low volume. Gradually increase the volume and bass, listening for any disturbances in sound quality.
Do subwoofers ruin cars?
Subwoofers can damage some parts of a car. It can loosen parts such as the rearview mirror, door panels, and the nuts holding them to loosen. However, subwoofers do not cause any structural and mechanical damage to cars.