Aaarghh!! this might be a stupid question, there may hardly a guy who don`t like Music..It really doesn`t matter of what type you like, whatsoever is its language, and I guess its rightly said that Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence..
Its a rather an awesome medium of communication..Says much of things.
I would definitely admit that listening to music is one of my favorite works but I like it a bit loud!! till my neighbours are irritated and complains in my Home..
Its like now they have also adapted to my loud music!
Here is my assembly.. Umm… my Semi-Assembled Music System. Most of the things are purchased in crap and then repaired up except of the speaker cum Woofer Box… (those are original Poineer woofer and the speaker are of 2150 model .. not easily available in India now.)
Ohkay, So let me tell, the speaker in the Red Box is a custom made, You can easily make/repair a speaker..its a real simple task!!!
Get any non-working speaker from any electronics repair shop so that we get a body/chasis for our speaker..
usually the speaker are in non-working condition because of two problems: either their coil is damaged due to overcurrent or their magnet`s life is over!!
Do care about the size, its all up to you..In general market, they are available as 4“,7“, 11“ etc etc.. make any of it which works for you!!!
Peel off the covering the upper cover & the covering at the center which hides the central magnet..You may get something like this..
You will see a magnet at the center and rounding it is the Material which supports the coil around the magnet..
Simply change the coil around it, make it done for you, because it is done via a machine.,You will not be able to give that many number of turns manually..OR change the magnet is possible (purchasing it through market is a real tough task) !!!
Place the new coiled cylinder shaped body back around the magnet and glue it up..
Here, we have to use special glue not the ordinary one:: A high viscosity, solvent-borne, non-hardening synthetic rubber (elastomeric) adhesiveworks best—and is recommended—for adhering dust caps/domes((Arghh,, I remember my 2nd sem chemistry classes)). A few specific adhesives used and recommended by JBL are C.P. Moyen Co. RS-3087 (MOYEN 3087 Adhesive, 1 oz.
squeeze tube, JBL Part Number 353196-001,) and 3M Scotch-Weld™ Neoprene High Performance Rubber and Gasket Adhesive 1300L.
Or you may go to any speaker repaier shop/market and ask for the glue to him/them…(easy n cheap way)
Don`t forget to make the starting and ending points of the coil wire to be outside of the speaker. Close the assembly and paste the cone on to the surface.
Hence, you got your speaker repaired,!!!
NOTE:-the glue need upto 20hrs. to completely harden up.. Control yourself and listen to it only after it gets dry!!