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    Fixing blown subs

    I have 3 blown subs lying around and I was wondering how hard it is to fix them. On 2 of them, the vc's are fried and on one of them the cone came unglued from the spider. They arent worth getting sent in to fix because they are some $60 polks and a 10w0-8. I might take them apart one day just for the hell of it.







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    Re: Fixing blown subs

    the 2 with the blown coils are done... just toy with ti and learn fromit. as for the cone coming unglued... you can fix that with epoxy.



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