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Could it be my cab?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Microbass, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. my on-going volume issues continue... :rollno:
    picked up my amp from the tech yesturday. tried it in the shop, sounded fine - but it wasn't my cab, and I had nothing to play with to see if the volume was actually fixed. They changed the compressor board on the GP12SMX, and fixed a few soldier joints on the main board.

    I got home, plugged in, stuck ina CD, eager to rawk... bah. The compressor is alive *as* hell, but still, low volume output. :spit:

    The guys said they couldn't find anything up with my amp in the power section, infact it took them a while to actually find the problem as it were. So I had a wee thought - could it be the cab thats dying on me? Again, it's never been pushed, and I've tried turning off the tweeter, yet no change. Are the voice coils dying out on me? help! :crying:

    - marty
  2. just checking, but, you have tried a different speaker cable ?
  3. ESP-LTD


    Sep 9, 2001
    Don't know about your cables or cabs, but having speakers wired out of phase could do that. I've had new cabs wired wrong before.

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