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I am back and have not made a move to repair or replace my Titan II - just been putting up with the problem Last night, I was watching the Blu-ray movie of War Horse - where the problem revealed itself during the battle scenes - and am now at wits end and want to do something to rectify the problem.Note I had contacted the amp manufacturer previously, and they thought the problem was more likely the driver. They asked me to investigate if the driver was hitting the backplane (by gently pushing on the driver to see if it physically moves too far and touches the backplane). I tested this and did not find this to be true.Nothing (still) looks wrong, however the rubber surround seems awfully flexible. I don't remember what this was like when new though. Does this sound like it could be the culprit? Does anyone know where I can purchase a replacement 12" driver that would be an exact (physical) match? I don't want to mess with redrilling holes or anything. And I'm hoping a replacement driver would be less expensive (if it turns out not to be the problem) than attempting to have the amp looked and and repaired.I love the cabinet (and the old performance), so I would really like to keep this in my setup. But if I can't fix it, anyone interested in purchasing it? What do you think it's worth? This is the Titan II LE in Cherry finish.Thanks again...
Thanks Mike (nice to see you're still hanging around).I will contact the mfg again and see if I can get an estimate to take a look at the amp.Thunderbrick, did you have hopes of purchasing this thing? I have the original shipping materials (very well packed from what remember) if you're interested. Make me an offer!Disclosure: the lowest part of the wood legs have some wear. Actually, some moisture that went undetected sat in the carpet where the sub sits and caused the wood at the bottom of the legs to show the result. Sitting on the now dry carpet, I can't see the damage standing in front of the sub. Otherwise, the sub is in great cosmetic condition.
Ryan, this is MPK (I finally remembered my old username and password).I sent you an email via PM.
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