#1
I've unscrewed all of the screws on the back of the cab, but the cover won't come off. I've blown the speaker and need to replace it. I don't have a manual. Help? It doesn't look like any other screws are going into the back plate...

Also, what's a little bit higher quality, flat response speaker at 8 ohms that can handle a lot more than 30 watts? This speaker could barely handle 3/4 of the amps volume, and I need this thing full blast to compete with my friend's drum set.
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#2
It must be attached somewhere... are the corner protectors catching it? Do they need to be removed?

Are there side screws that may be attached to something that is attached to the inside of the back cover?

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#3
you need a vintage ampeg for loud and good tone, once you play one you will understand but a voxad30 is pretty sweet too

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Quote by higherworlds
you need a vintage ampeg for loud and good tone, once you play one you will understand but a voxad30 is pretty sweet too

ampegs best v-4, vt-22, vt-40, all guitar amps


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#5
Quote by Firequacker
I've unscrewed all of the screws on the back of the cab, but the cover won't come off. I've blown the speaker and need to replace it. I don't have a manual. Help? It doesn't look like any other screws are going into the back plate...

Also, what's a little bit higher quality, flat response speaker at 8 ohms that can handle a lot more than 30 watts? This speaker could barely handle 3/4 of the amps volume, and I need this thing full blast to compete with my friend's drum set.



Wow how did you manage that? I have mine cranked all the time... it has no problems.
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#6
^trust me, speakers are the least reliable part of any amp...i put a 20w capable speaker in my 2w micro cube and managed to blow it...so i put another one in and it hasnt died yet...there wierd sometimes...

ts, if the back wont come off, try the front panel. try celestion speakers, maybe eminence, and i hear very good things about weber as well
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#7
Well, maybe it's not blown, but it definitely sounds like it. Just all of a sudden, if I turn it really far up, there's a HORRIBLE rattling, scraping sound. Any ideas?

EDIT: Umm... The speaker is reading an average of 5.8-6 ohms? I think it's supposed to be 8. Or maybe I'm utilizing my multimeter incorrectly. Might this have damaged the amp itself, besides the speaker?
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Last edited by Firequacker at Aug 12, 2008,
#8
Could be blown, if the coil smashed backward into the magnet really hard. You would hear that when you push the speaker in and out by hand, though.
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#9
Quote by Firequacker
I've unscrewed all of the screws on the back of the cab, but the cover won't come off.

Try to stick something between the crack of the back cover and the cab to pry it out. I had the same problem removing the cover when i replace the speaker.
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