Solved! JBL Control 5 Speakers.

muertopvb

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I have a Yamaha RX-V592 rated at 8 ohms. I can only get sound out of the tweeter. I'm hard of hearing, but I don't think there is any sound coming out of either one. I have my doubts that a woofer is blown in both speakers. These things are pristine. Is it the mismatch of the 4-ohm speaker and the 8-ohm receiver?
 
The speaker resistance can't do that.
Check the setting in the receiver speaker set up menu.
If you don't have a subwoofer then the fronts should be large and subwoofer none.
You can blow both woofers at the same time. You would not see a blown voice coil.
If the speakers have woofer fuses both could be blown.
If the speakers have biwire terminals check that the bridges for the 2 positive and 2 negative terminals are screwed down tight. They sometimes come loose.
 
The speaker resistance can't do that.
Check the setting in the receiver speaker set up menu.
If you don't have a subwoofer then the fronts should be large and subwoofer none.
You can blow both woofers at the same time. You would not see a blown voice coil.
If the speakers have woofer fuses both could be blown.
If the speakers have biwire terminals check that the bridges for the 2 positive and 2 negative terminals are screwed down tight. They sometimes come loose.
 

muertopvb

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thanks for the help.

So my thought was that the crossover needs to be replaced. My question is do you need to replace the whole crossover($80), ($50 refurbished)? Can you repair the crossover. I would like to fix them if it isn’t going to be major surgery. These are pretty nice monitor speakers. If I can get 2 cross over network for $50/ per speaker, it might be worth it. What do you think? My amp has no such setting as far as I can tell.
 
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