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roly17 03-20-2008 08:23 AM

El 604
 
i have had this bass tube for at least 5yrs probably longer. last week it just stopped working. i dont much about speakers, but i did take it apart to see it was anything obvious and it wasnt. so can i get just a replacement bass speaker or do i have to get a whole new tube? it is a 6 1/2" bass. :mad:

CJ 03-20-2008 09:17 AM

Re: El 604
 
I'm sorry your speaker stopped working. No need to replace the whole tube, we do have replacement woofers. The correct replacement woofer for the EL604 is a WF641.5. The cost is $47.95 plus shipping. Please contact Customer Service at (800) 843-8823 if you would lilke to place an order. If you have any more questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
CJ

roly17 03-20-2008 10:04 AM

Re: El 604
 
thanks cj. any idea what would cause it to stop working? it was hooked to factory stereo through a line output converter and driven by a sony xm4520 amp (45x2). i dont want to have something go wrong with the new one because of what i did.

Kingfish 03-20-2008 10:39 AM

Re: El 604
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by roly17 (Post 22694)
thanks cj. any idea what would cause it to stop working? it was hooked to factory stereo through a line output converter and driven by a sony xm4520 amp (45x2). i dont want to have something go wrong with the new one because of what i did.

Roly,
Without seeing the speaker itself, it is hard to say what happened. Given the unit is 5 years old, it could have simply fatigued over time and/or a lead wire might have shorted. My guess is that when you replace the woofer, you will get many more years of enjoyment from your tube.
KF

rainmanspl 03-20-2008 06:04 PM

Re: El 604
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kingfish (Post 22696)
Roly,
Without seeing the speaker itself, it is hard to say what happened. Given the unit is 5 years old, it could have simply fatigued over time and/or a lead wire might have shorted. My guess is that when you replace the woofer, you will get many more years of enjoyment from your tube.
KF

I am suspecting it is more likely to be a broken lead wire. 5 years is a long time. With todays music content and recording tactics, anything over 2 years with any sub is amazing. :)47


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