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    i have 2 jbl concert series 4871 cabs. and the tweaters just started crackling in both of them... could this be caused by the incorrect ohm's being run to the cabs. in the past and will replacing the diaphragm fix this?

    and is there ever a situation where you wouldn't run the ohm rating listed on a speaker? run a higher or lower rating than sugguested?
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    The impedance of a set of speakers is only important when choosing an amp to drive them. The damage is caused by abuse and clipping or just plain old running the speakers with too much power.
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    Imnot sure about your jbl's but im pretty confident there not proper monitors so I would be looking at getting some

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