reviving an old Cambride Soundworks Pcworks 4.1 speaker system
Hi, recently i was trying to revive my ancient speaker system
(not original pic)
surprisingly the speaker set is functional even after being dumped in the storeroom for 10 years but there is terrible noise coming from the satellites. imo, there may be some problem with the circuit like aging of capacitors or may be satellite tweeters have lost it's functionality. can anyone help me identifying the possible problems so that i can do some experiments to bring back it's functionality. many thanks in advance.
Cambridge Sound works! used one of these when i was in class 4 maybe.
anyway u can open up the satellites and check if anything is touching the cone. (btw first of all open up everything and clean)
then try to find out if any capacitors vent is open or bulged.
u can also test the satellites with a different system to check them.
also make sure input signals are good.
I remember this speaker, they are really great! can easily beat today's 10k worth speakers...
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yes they should. or u can buy a screw driver set, pretty handy, might cost around 150-200.
Originally Posted by codename5302
if it is "x" type screw a normal Phillips can open it up.
i have jeweler's screwdriver set. even that cant reach the screw. it is quite deep. anyway i will take it to some electrician tonight and see if they can do something.
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