reset button didn’t fix it.I looked up the RTR model Exp 9v. These are fairly nice vintage speakers and where generally held in high regard. The woofers are fairly substantial. You could greatly improve the sound by replacing the paper tweeters with some inexpensive soft domes from parts express. The crossovers are very basic and have no choke on the woofers, but that’s fine. The problem is usually the reset button, either fusing or getting stuck. Just bypass the reset buttons and they should work fine. Also check for solder points that have let go. If the cabinets still look nice and you used to like the sound, they’re certainly worth repairing, especially since you probably only have to bypass the reset buttons with a small jumper. If they still look nice and you get them working, and it’s usually the reset buttons, you might want to get a couple of soft domes from Parts Express for under $20.00.
How’d it go?reset button didn’t fix it.
Yah but If it’s a crossover problem, does that add it up to be too hard to install??
There was static prior to the speaker completely dying so it’s probably x overs .
There nice enough to fix as I cannot sell them.
I can try a replacement woofer but the tweeter is bad most likely also.