BeoLab 6000 Speakers – tweeter fault

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    pmiles15
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      Hi all!  I’m new to this forum so excuse me for any uncustomary ways, feel free to let me know if I’m in the wrong place etc!!

      I have inherited a pair of beolab 6000’s, and on one of the speakers the tweeter won’t work.

      I’ve swapped the tweeter itself around to make sure it’s not an issue with that, but the issue remains on the one 6000.  Can anyone point me in the right direction as to what would be the next course of action for a DIY repair?

       

      I don’t particularly want to spend an arm and a leg to get it repaired if there’s potentially a quick fix.

       

      Thanks in advance!

      #9900
      pmiles15
      BRONZE Member

        Hi all!  I’m new to this forum so excuse me for any uncustomary ways, feel free to let me know if I’m in the wrong place etc!!

        I have inherited a pair of beolab 6000’s, and on one of the speakers the tweeter won’t work.

        I’ve swapped the tweeter itself around to make sure it’s not an issue with that, but the issue remains on the one 6000.  Can anyone point me in the right direction as to what would be the next course of action for a DIY repair?

         

        I don’t particularly want to spend an arm and a leg to get it repaired if there’s potentially a quick fix.

         

        Thanks in advance!

        #9905
        chartz
        GOLD Member
          • Burgundy

          There is no quick fix, unfortunately. Check the treble amp, its level trimmer, and the wiring too.

          #9907
          pmiles15
          BRONZE Member

            Thanks @chartz !

            • This reply was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by pmiles15.
            #9940
            Die_Bogener
            BRONZE Member

              There is no quick fix, unfortunately. Check the treble amp, its level trimmer, and the wiring too.

              Confirmed.

              But even if it was playing louder (level trimmer wrong…) it would not fail so easy and blow the tweeter… there is more. Tweeter fail because of a DC offset on the signal.

              Check for DC direct on the tweeter.

              And it would make sense to connect a small 12V bulb parallel for testing. It would show the fail of the amp if glowing.

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