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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by MostlyBass, May 25, 2012.
What's the easiest way to get at the back of the speaker and tweeter of an Epifani PS115 cabinet?
You'd remove the grill and speaker from the front. The filter/crossover may be attached to the jackplate with the jacknuts holding it on. Either that or the circuit board will be mounted to a panel inside the cab somewhere, with wire running from it to the jacks.
Whatever you're doing, you'll probably end up removing grill, woofer, tweeter and jackplate leaving the handles on. If it doesn't have a bulb fuse, add one. Replacement diaphrams are a lot cheaper than new tweeters....prolly like $10-$20.
Mission accomplished...But what an ordeal! LOTS of bolts and just generally unwieldy to deal with. But it's all working now - I just hope I never have to take it apart again.
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