Can a Blown Subwoofer Be Repaired?

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A blown sub-woofer can be repaired, but it is not worth it, especially if the sub-woofer is inexpensive. A sub-woofer produces bass by reverberation of sound in its chamber. If a sub-woofer is blown, then the sound will leak through the cracks, and you will not get the sound which you previously got from the subwoofer. It is best to purchase a new one.
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How Can You Repair a Blown Subwoofer?
The subwoofer is a part of the speaker that provides the heavy bass sound on a stereo. Blown subwoofers occur when the speaker cone gets ripped or torn. If the subwoofer blows it will sound fuzzy and distorted. One option is to completely change out the... More »
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