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Very nice my brother
How much you charge to recone a sub
@Light bud I don't know much about that sub but I'd guess before shipping both ways it would be $190.
It's a tezla 1.5k 15"
It depends on what the sub is.
I'd love to recone my Rockford hx2 12...love the tech stuff
Awesome build! You definitely improved the excursion on that sub!
I have an Alpine SWR-1022D with a hole in the surround. Do you know how I could get a replacement surround...? Thanks :)
I have an old pair of rockford p2 10s. Can u hook me up with a link for where u got the parts
If i want to put a 400oz motor on a ab xfl or ap txxbd4 both 12 inch does a bigger motor mean it is louder with more xmaxx
The motor weight doesn't mean anything in regards to strength or Xmax. I did a video on how parts aren't universal you should check out as well.
How would you like to do a video of you rebuilding my massive audio DMX 15?
@Rome Message our Facebook page or through the contact form on our website and we'll work it out.
@EMF Audio let me know when and where to ship to ship or hand-deliver. I'm in Greer so I can get it to you pretty quickly.
I could do it.
Can lanzar max pro subwoofers be rebuilt
Any can, if it's worth it or not is up to you.
I'm very curious due to me having quite a few blown and sagging old gems laying around😊
on reconing tgesub as you did, doesnt it changes the parameters of the sub eith that coil being not the original and the higher round spider? so this would not be the same as the original, although it may out perform it.
If it's not identical it will change the parameters. The coil will be the biggest change because of the electrical side of things, the cone and surround can change a little mechanical but if the mass is different (even more than just the coil) it will also have an effect.
whats the nane of the glue and the spray stuff
I remember crunch from back on the day. Was it any good back then?
@EMFaudio Coyld you do a video on the 0db, -5db, -10db test tones and explain what it is and what there used for in car audio?
That would be a very short video. Maybe I could start a segment of several things that don't warrant a long video together in 1 video.
EMF I have a older Kicker solo baric classic single vc 12" I would love for you to rebuild!!!!
I probably be better off buying your lowballer!!!
Yeah I'll have to call or send a email. Thanks
I could possibly do it, but know it doesn't come cheap.
I have a set of Lanzar LP15's that need the same treatment. Do you guys offer this as a service? One of them has a loose coil but would love to replace both with an updated fiber reinforced cone.
I can do this, but I have to warn you the cost of doing so wouldn't be practical. It would only be worth the value of having working old equipment.
What's the plan with the fatboy
They've already been shipped to the buyer.
Would of not be easier to just turn the terminal around then cross over the leads. If only parts where as cheap in the UK would make a killing on making hybrid budget subs and doing JL subs as plenty cooked ones around
You can't "turn the terminal". The positive and negative would be backwards.
I used to have a set of CR15’s. Back in the day, Crunch made some really sweet subs to go with their Zed amps. Oh how times have changed.
I hear you brotha. I used to have a pair of CR12's in a custom particle board box. Ports were tuned perfect. Now, same name, thats it.
Why cross the wires under the dustcap????? Turn the connection on the "outside" instead.
@EMF Audio Yes i know the left and right standard. But it was only a way to not having to cross the wires , and get the + and - connetions correct.
@El Stefaano The markings are only on 1 side, and they're by color. Industry standard is positive on left, negative on right so I do it the right way. You would never know the difference if I didn't do a video on it.
@EMF Audio At 11,50 you say posetive on voicecoil is on right side and the connection/teminal/tensillead posetive is on the left side. So you have to cross them. I guess we can agree on that. :) If we dont cross the wires - and + will be wrong on the terminal/outside connection (dont know the english word for it) , but if you turn the terminal/outside connection 180 degrees the markings on the terminal/outside conectins will be correct. And you dont have to cross the wires. When the terminal is turned the + connection/tensillead will also be on the right side at the voicecoil.
I think I understand what you mean, it just doesn't work that way. The pos and neg are just posts I solder onto. If you don't swap the wires it doesn't change anything but the label.
@EMF Audio I mean you remove the connection (the goldplated connection on the outside) and turn it 180 degree and mount it back again. Then you can connect the + and - to + and - on the outside connetion without crossing the wires under the dustcap. Hope you understand what i mean.
can you rebuild the Rockville. with upgraded parts ???
@DeBoSS212 I'd have to buy another one to do that, the other is gone.
EMF Audio yeah I know it wouldn't be a good sub either way. it would have just been fun I guess. but if u can do a sub upgrade and show difference in power handling of any would be super
I could if I still had it, and it would improve, but it still wouldn't be good.
so why didn't you make it into a dual voice coil woofer? I'm guessing you could of but just wanted to keep it original? thanks and I love your work I hopefully be doing this to my old MA audio 10inch woofer
OK well thank you very much sir and love love love your videos keep it up!!
That's why I recommended fixmyspeaker.com they may have what you're looking for.
OK where do you get your parts from? my sub is the older version of the ma audio ma100xe it's a dual 4ohm 300watts rms with the 600w stamped on the back of the magnet I believe it's a 2.5inch voice coil but would need to measure it before I by parts however I have never rebuilt a sub but I'm very good with my hands I'm a commercial electrician by trade and I've rebuilt motors and Transmissions so I have steady hands and I can pay attention and I have all the tools I just need to get supplies in material but do not know where are the best selection of a quail or parts would be and that's what I was hoping you would recommend a site to order from
@justforlaughs8988 Pictures wouldn't be enough for me to tell you. You can try fixmyspeaker.com with measurements you take from what you have and make your best judgement.
Could you do me a huge favor sir could I please send you a couple of pictures to an email for you to take a look at and tell me where I could get a recoil kit for my woofer It would be greatly appreciated
Just curious how the T/S parameters on the new sub compare to the original?
I didn't bother to break it in and get specs. I thought about it but I've been busy and just wanted to get them done and out the door.
I had a crunch fat boy 15 that I blew a few weeks ago, Isn’t fully blown but just sounds terrible :(
I'm curious to why if you are using a DVC coil then why not convert the sub into a DVC sub. I'm figuring that adding another set of terminals would be easy enough.
It wouldn't keep it original though. I could have more easily just used a new dustcap too.
Hey can you repair shifted motors? Would be happy to send them in.
We are not equipped to do that.
The subs in my car are over 20 yo with no problems, been in .many different cars, same subs. Converting to a single voice coil, if the individual coils are 4 ohm, you wanted a 8 ohm speaker, not a 2 ohm. You could have specified what the coils are and reminded viewers for system matching.
@EMF Audio thanks. It wasn't in the vid and I just wanted clarification
The sticker on the motor says "4 ohm" so a dual 2 was used. Believe it or not, I know what ohms law is.
cool build, I still wonder why you crossed the leads on the coil to the leads on the spider instead of swapping the input posts on the basket..
Yes, always. Look at EVERY speaker, pos and neg are always in the same spot. That still wouldn't change how the terminals are labelled, which would have been backwards. I'm a fan of doing things the right way, not the quick or easiest way.
@EMF Audio "always" nope .. it's a good guideline or a rule of thumb, but I'd never have considered crossing the leads under the dustcap with all things considered just to keep that as a guideline.. 😉
Because then the terminals would be wrong. Positive is always on the left, negative is always on the right, and they're labelled as such.
Mesmerizing to watch
Weren't them bolt on push terminals could you have just swapped the them around instead crossing the wires in the dust cap
I understand know
The idea was to keep it original as possible. Swapping wires would make the terminals wrong.
Do you sell parts for people to do this at home? I have 2 jl audio w4-4 I want to rebuild with newer parts so it can have the most excursion and handle a little bit more power
We do not.
Fantastic video I'm glad I subscribed long time ago 👍👍👍👍
@EMF Audio you didn't have to cross the leads from the voice coil you could have just switched the push terminals on the outside so you didn't have to worry about them touching so much, just a friendly tip
I could have, but then negative would be on the left and positive would be on the right and that's the opposite of industry standard, it would also be backwards of how it's labeled. I'd rather do it the right way than the easy way.
Anyone knows what the black glue and accelerator's name is? I would like to get it here in Mexico, because we don't have specialized speaker shops.
would it not be/have been easier to reverse the polarity at the connecting post on the basket
To add to what Sean already pointed out and you answered your own question. Reverse polarity.
It would have been easier, and wrong.
Is that the same sub you used in the FLXX Audio thermal test video?
EMF Audio, let’s you know how long I have followed You. I remember that whole “FLXX Audio” thing, sorta like Rockville
@kierrasdaddy If it was a Fatboy, it was that one or the other one I rebuilt (not on video).
You used that sub in the video, maybe not that exact one but another identical one
I don't even remember what's in that video, it was forever ago.
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