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post #1 of 3 Old 11-25-2013, 08:59 AM - Thread Starter
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Just realized over the weekend I have two blown tweeters in my Paradigm Studio 60s (v3). Called Paradigm and they are sending me out two new replacement ones. My question then is there a simple way to test my crossovers at the speaker level where I removed the tweeters just to make sure they are OK?
Can I just attached a voltage meter to the pos and neg wires that the tweeter was connected to and then test that way? Thanks in advance!
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The chances are your crossover is fine. Testing the crossover like that without a tweeter is not going to tell you much of anything. I would suggest testing it with the new tweeter.

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