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twotooneadam12 Posted 3 weeks 1 day ago
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I noticed on one of my tritons I can hear a small hum coming from I believe the tweeter? Head right next to cloth on speaker, with no volume on the amp.

It doesn’t affect the playing of the speaker, just noticed it.

Ear has to be touching the speaker to hear it.

Are there replacement tweeters parts available for an original triton 2 if need be???

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Hi twotooneadam12, First, replacement parts for the original Triton Two towers are still available directly from GoldenEar. This would include tweeters, midranges, woofers, built-in amplifiers and passive crossover networks. Next, since you have to place your ear right against the speaker's grille cloth to each any noise from the tower, I wouldn't be particularly concerned about it. It could be a small amount of background noise created by the tower's built-in amplifier - or possibly some background noise created by your main amplifier/receiver. Either way, I wouldn't be concerned about it. Happy Listening!

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GDHAL Posted 3 weeks 20 hours ago
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Only one of the speakers? If both, likely the amp. If one speaker, likely the speaker. You can try basic troubleshooting techniques. Connect the left speaker cable to the right, and vice-versa. See/hear if the "problem" moves to the other speaker or remains with the one you're currently noticing it from. Also, I believe you can take down the "sock". Do a visual inspection of the driver(s) to look for anything obvious.
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twotooneadam12 Posted 3 weeks 14 hours ago
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Hi twotooneadam12, First, replacement parts for the original Triton Two towers are still available directly from GoldenEar. This would include tweeters, midranges, woofers, built-in amplifiers and passive crossover networks. Next, since you have to place your ear right against the speaker's grille cloth to each any noise from the tower, I wouldn't be particularly concerned about it. It could be a small amount of background noise created by the tower's built-in amplifier - or possibly some background noise created by your main amplifier/receiver. Either way, I wouldn't be concerned about it. Happy Listening!




Thanks, that is what I thought. Thanks for the quick response.

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twotooneadam12 Posted 3 weeks 14 hours ago
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Only one of the speakers? If both, likely the amp. If one speaker, likely the speaker. You can try basic troubleshooting techniques. Connect the left speaker cable to the right, and vice-versa. See/hear if the "problem" moves to the other speaker or remains with the one you're currently noticing it from. Also, I believe you can take down the "sock". Do a visual inspection of the driver(s) to look for anything obvious.

Thanks appreciate your time.

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twotooneadam12 Posted 1 week 4 days ago
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Out of curiosity, I sent a message to my dealer and haven’t heard anything back for over a week????

I only want to know what a new tweeter cost would be installed?

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