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forget it

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by (b)Assman, Apr 1, 2009.


  1. (b)Assman

    (b)Assman

    Jun 22, 2008
    Champaign, IL
    wasting my time
     
  2. RickenBoogie

    RickenBoogie

    Jul 22, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    You should not use the cab until the blown spkr is replaced.
     
  3. fenderphil

    fenderphil

    Sep 1, 2006
    Houston, TX
    +1000.

    and reduce the bass on your EQ...
     
  4. jjk2007

    jjk2007

    Apr 16, 2008
    Austin, TX
    Endorsing Artist: DNA Bass Systems
    A big + 1 ^^^
     
  5. (b)Assman

    (b)Assman

    Jun 22, 2008
    Champaign, IL
    Ok, I'll use my combo amp. Now i'm just trying to make sure there's isn't 2 shotty speakers so I don't end up replacing one, reinstalling it and then finding out that other one is damaged and needs replacing too. So is this from the wire or from speaker damage?

    edit
    It's def that speaker, when I put my hand on it there is no more soft rattle, but is it being caused by damage or electronics or maybe an air leak due to the open 10" port next to it?

    Thanks
     
  6. You took a speaker out, and continued to play the cab ??

    Not good.

    You completely changed the tuning/porting of the cab by doing that, and may have damaged all of your speakers
     
  7. (b)Assman

    (b)Assman

    Jun 22, 2008
    Champaign, IL
    Thanks, I realize I could have possibly damaged my speakers but not one person has answered the question. The post isn't titled: HEY GUYS CAN I TAKE OUT A SPEAKER IN MY 410 TURN IT UP TO 12 AND GO GIGGING WITH IT???


    edit
    They are speakers in a piece of wood, they'll be fine. Everyone on TB loves to dramatize. They haven't been damaged. My question is about an already possibly damaged speaker. I played like 5 notes.
     
  8. Jerrold Tiers

    Jerrold Tiers

    Nov 14, 2003
    St Louis
    Naturally, it could be.

    Speaker cabinet + something loose inside = rattles usually.
     
  9. sedan_dad

    sedan_dad Supporting Member

    Feb 5, 2006
    Columbus,Ohio
    YES.

    Happy now?
     
  10. (b)Assman

    (b)Assman

    Jun 22, 2008
    Champaign, IL
    Well the wire isn't rattling, I was wondering if it was a electrical problem like it has to be connected to the other one or something.
     
  11. Says the man with the broken speaker:smug:
     

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