Blown horn or crossover

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Rk Audio, Feb 21, 2017.

  1. Rk Audio

    Rk Audio

    Apr 19, 2016
    I bought a used PF410 Ameg 4 x 10 cab. I like the cab and the sound but noticed that it came to me with the 1" horn not functioning. It is an 800 watt - 8 ohm cab.
    How can you tell if the crossover is fried or if the horn is fried. I have seen both happen over the years. I try to be a DIY guy when I can. Thank You.
  2. DukeLeJeune

    DukeLeJeune rational romantic mystic cynical idealist Supporting Member Commercial User

    Nov 24, 2008
    Princeton, Texas
    Owner & designer, AudioKinesis; Auth. mfg, Big E (Home Audio only)
    You could remove the horn and run a very low-level signal into it, perhaps from your stereo, to see if it is working.

    Or you could remove the horn and connect a different diver to the wires coming from the crossover board, to see if the signal is getting that far.
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