Speak Up, Mr. Bose

Grant Lenahan glenahan at vfemail.net
Fri Jun 29 08:19:58 EDT 2007

Its not the speaker itself.  Its either a  truly odd connection, or 
something in the amp. I'm not sure if the amp may be co-located with 
the speaker, however.  Sounds almost like the type of thing a capacitor 
coudl cause - btu you'd need to get into the amp to find out, if you 
could find out at all.


On Jun 28, 2007, at 11:25 PM, Kneale Brownson wrote:

> Our V8 #2 has a dead spot in the right front when I first turn on the 
> radio--presumably the passenger front door speaker system not working. 
>  After a moment, there may be a high-pitched wavering whistle followed 
> by "normal" sounds from the speaker.  Intermittently, after 15-20 
> minutes of use, the same speaker gets sounding gravely--sounds like 
> there's a stone bouncing on the cone.
>   Is this a failing speaker amp or something in the radio itself?  
> Rest of the system currently seems to work OK.  Anything an electronic 
> dummy can fix?  Any place I can send it for repairs?
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