One of the speakers is dead. 3 work. I've re-coned speakers before with the preassembled kits but this speaker, I'll send out to someone. Can someone here recommend a company that might be able to re-cone this speaker?
I have the three speakers hooked up (13 ohms @ the jack) and it sounds crazy great, I'm floored by it.
I've had a lot of Marshall amps over the years and never considered using 10" speakers. Now that I'm older I rarely play out anywhere or have a current full-time committed band, I may use this for playing at home. It's not like it's a dedicated PA cabinet with horns or a speaker designed just for PA, it's a phenomenal sounding speaker with plenty of low end and punch, not "tinny" at all like some 10's can be.
"Have you checked continuity from the solder points or even the jack socket, perhaps try further down the path first, ending up at the transfer leads to cone ( tinsel leads, odd name! )."
Yes. I took a PA cable, took off the banana plug, unsoldered the speaker and hooked up the wires, it did not respond to the speaker cable, whereas the other 3 speakers did. I even tried it directly on the wires leading to the cone. There is some rub if I push down far enough.
Looking for a repair place, I came across a bunch of videos where the guy fixes the speaker with the old cone and spider. I'm not there yet, almost willing to try. Nothing to lose.
Hush man, let those who listen with their eyes remain ignorant.