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Old 17th September 2003, 07:08 AM   #11
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Awia SC-51 it is pretty old , the speaker mode code is
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S.C always use an old speaker to test any new amp, or amp modification. Then if you value your loudspeakers, use some sort of speaker protection at least for the first few weeks.
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S.C always use an old speaker to test any new amp, or amp modification. Then if you value your loudspeakers, use some sort of speaker protection at least for the first few weeks.

Hey Nuuk, an old speaker was what he used.
Oh... 1.2 Ohms! Seams like an Apogee.

S.C., forget those speakers, they're too crappy, they don't worth repairing.
Buy a new pair of speakers, there are some cheap models out there that are not bad at all.
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Hey Nuuk, an old speaker was what he used.
Hi Carlos. I meant use something really awful like B&W 600 series.
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Hi Carlos. I meant use something really awful like B&W 600 series.
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Thx for the advise...... bad luck anyway......... B&W 600??? any link for me to se how "cheap" they are

how about buying a smilar drive to put on the empty hole? Will it sound good and work? Like ....http://retro.co.za/audio/system.html
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Depending on your choice and luck it might work
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ok let me go to speaker fourm for some idea !
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B&W 600??? any link for me to se how "cheap" they are
Hi S.C. - I was just having a joke with Carlos who uses those speakers.

You can't just put any old driver in the hole to replace a damage unit. The two drivers (for each channel) need to be an exact match.
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I know, I mean I gonna buy two new one place it on both woofer drive housing.
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