If your speaker makes a scratching or buzzing noise that you can hear when you gently and evenly move the cone up and down, one problem might be dirt in the voice coil gap. There are other things that can also cause a speaker to buzz, but if you have isolated it to dirt in the gap, […]
How can you tell if you are purchasing a Genuine Factory or an Aftermarket Diaphragm” As with most speaker related subjects, there are no absolutes, but here are some guidelines that might help you. We mention JBL and Electro Voice below, but this applies to Mackie, EAW, Yamaha, Celestion, Cerwin Vega, Tannoy, etc. etc. (you get […]
Gene has been Reconing Speakers at the Speaker Exchange since 1987. He is the PRO!!! If you have Vintage speaker repair that require that certain “touch”, Gene is your man. He can work miracles. Needless to say, standard speaker repairs are no problem for him. Here are Gene’s thoughts about his many years of Speaker […]
The Ohm model “F” speakers invented by Lincoln Walsh feature a single driver mounted vertically as though it were firing downwards into the top of the cabinet, but instead of the normal almost flat cone, having a very-much extended cone entirely exposed at the top of the speaker. This turned normal speaker driver design problems […]
Bowers & Wilkins – We repair B&W speakers using the original manufacturer’s replacement parts More popular models and parts listed, but many parts not listed can still be ordered as needed. Contact us for repair pricing. Matrix // CDM SERIES // Nautilus Series (list will expand daily so check back often) We can repair or replace tweeters, diaphragms, […]
The perfect refoam kit for your speaker’s measurements might not exist. Often you must adapt an available foam to fit your needs. You can cut and seam a slightly larger foam to fit your smaller speaker requirements or slightly stretch a foam to fit a slightly larger need.