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Default rear jl c5-650x blown

one of my rear jl c5-650x coax is blown.. warranty is past due.. they don’t sell just one coax so i would have to buy the whole pair with crossovers and i really don’t need any of that..
however they do sell just the woofer component without the tweeter separate
should i just buy one of those and unplug the tweeter on the other speaker?? i always hear you guys don’t use tweeters in the back anyway..
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Default Re: rear jl c5-650x blown

What the heck were you doing to blow a c5 in the back? Do you like to run them pretty hot? If so, I would say you gotta get some replacement coaxes instead of running just woofers. Just woofers, played loud can sound pretty honky. If you don't want to drop that much money, there are a bunch of decent coaxes out there for the price of a single c5 woofer (like a set of c2s). Just keep them down --- most people say you shouldn't be able to hear them from the front seat.
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idk what happend to it itís really strange i have all my gains set with multimeter and i never play my music too loud.. i never had issues with jl products new or used u till this.. i only noticed it because i took my sub out lol u can hear slight static sounding from that speaker when thereís some bass.. i even tried switching that speaker to a different side but same shit..

do u think thereís a way to fix it i donít see any damage but i will look again

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Default Re: rear jl c5-650x blown

I was just going to say, definitely don't concern yourself with high end speakers for the rear. If anything, use something really mellow, laid-back sounding so it doesn't draw attention to itself. I like those NVX speakers for this. You COULD disconnect the tweeter, if you want. Rear fill is great in the range from about 110hz up to 5k or so, and a well-damped woofer can do that.

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At the risk of hijacking, I have a c3 570 woofer that is blown. Wondering if a C2 5x7 coaxial would be a suitable replacement?

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