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    I've recently bought one for my car and set it up and everything, it's really good.

    But before I had it fixed, it must have hit something and there's now a crack in the centre (diaphragm I think it's called?), is there any way of replacing it? Will rep if you can help
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    you need a new sub
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    (Original post by dh00001)
    you need a new sub
    Gutted. Really?
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    Gutted. Really?
    afraid so. you can use everything else you have in place but invest in a speaker grille
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    (Original post by dh00001)
    afraid so. you can use everything else you have in place but invest in a speaker grille
    Ahhh, I have a year warranty too, but cant find the receipt!

    Yeah i'll use a grill, ahh what a waste of £120 lol
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    The plastic bit in the middle of the sub?

    Got a pic?

    If it's just like a plastic cap over the magnet, it'll play fine.
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    (Original post by MrJonnnn)
    Ahhh, I have a year warranty too, but cant find the receipt!

    Yeah i'll use a grill, ahh what a waste of £120 lol
    Warranty is not insurance, it's there in case there's a fault due to manufacture, not if it's broken by the user.
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    If you have blown the sub (torn the cone) you will know about it, it will sound nasty, like proper nasty and just won't sound right/produce low frequencies. Kinda worth sweet FA.

    Can you produce a picture at all, because by the sounds of it, it doesn't sound too bad....
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    what you need is a dirty bassline...
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    (Original post by MrJonnnn)
    I've recently bought one for my car and set it up and everything, it's really good.

    But before I had it fixed, it must have hit something and there's now a crack in the centre (diaphragm I think it's called?), is there any way of replacing it? Will rep if you can help
    New sub im afraid. You cant fix it. The sound will be different and completely rubbish.
 
 
 
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