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My DJ speakers in London keep on turning off?

The speaker fault is typically caused by faulty connections, power supply or short circuiting which results in hardware failure.

The team can service DJ speakers from London at a cost-effective price for DJs, clubs and venues throughout London.

My DJ speakers in London are generating a buzzing noise?

A range of factors could be causing speaker humming or buzzing noises.

Common causes mentioned by the technicians include ground looping, tangled cables, blown transistors and damaged input connectors

Getting your DJ speakers in London fixed is convenient with the team.

Can the team service any speaker from London?

Where possible the team shall try it's best to repair your broken DJ speakers.

The team specialise in the repair and maintenance of professional speaker equipment to a working standard.

Please consider that certain items are not economical to repair due to the lack of replacement parts.

What types of speaker equipment does the team fix for homeowners and organisations in London?

All types of professional audio equipment in London can be fixed by the well trained technicians

The various problems with subwoofers, studio monitors, stage monitors, passive speakers, portable PA systems, graphic equalizers, digital management systems, crossovers and active speakers can be fixed at cost competitive prices.

Whatever problems you're having with DJ speakers, let the experts help.

How can I prevent blowing out my DJ speakers in London?

Most blown out speaker issues are caused by damage to the delicate diaphragms.

For example turning your DJ equipment on and off with the volume turned up is not suggested.

Shorting out cables, overpowering or under powering (known as clipping the amp) and excessive feedback can all lead to a blown DJ speaker. If you are seeking further advice, please don't hesitate to phone a member of the team today.

DJ Speaker Repair London

Have your DJ speakers in London become faulty due to wear and tear or accidental damage? can help with a nationwide speaker repair service.

The speaker repairs for London cover most manufacturers and models of DJ speakers including (but not limited to:

• Pioneer
• Behringer
• Mackie
• Peavey

These are just some of the speaker brands the team can effectively service for DJs, clubs and venues across the United Kingdom.

A large range of speaker defects can be diagnosed and repaired by the expertly trained technicians including:

• Speakers keep cutting out
• Cable or connection issues
• Blown speaker
• Not turning on
• Buzzing noise
• Humming noise
• Popping noise
• Cracking noise
• Distorted sound coming from speakers

These are just some of the speaker repairs for London that the technicians can provide.

All speaker repairs for London come with a warranty covering parts used alongside fault testing for your peace of mind that repairs have been carried out to a high standard.

To request your speaker repair for London with collection and delivery, simply use the DJ speaker form displayed with the following information:

• Contact details
• Brand
• Model
• Fault with your speaker

The experts will contact you back via phone or email regarding speakers repairs for London shortly.

DJ speaker repair London

London Speaker Repairs

Professional speaker repair London for passive and active speakers for countless manufacturers and models.

DJ speaker repairs are carried out by expertly trained engineers using the best speaker parts and repair processes for a long lasting speaker repair at an economical price.

Each speaker repair for London is completed to a very high standard. Most speakers are serviced by the team within 5 working days alongside a warranty for additional peace of mind.

To book a speaker repair or for more information on speaker repairs London, just complete the website form with your contact details and the honest team will get in touch shortly.

Recent Enquires

rokit5 krk - one speaker seems to spike in volume, and then no bass comes out. problem is resolved if the speaker is turned off for a period of time, but then happens again.


no music, just hum to speakers


castle treble durham x speaker - I have a crackling background noise at low volume levels in this one speaker. it did fall off the stand at one point which might be an issue.otherwise works ok. have replaced cable several times


hi, I have a vintage panasonic su2600 integrated amplifier as part of my stereo equipment. it sounds great but when you connect the right speaker the sound is very faint on all volume settings the left works great. I have wired both to the left for now but cannot use the balance control. any idea on cost to repair please?


the aux channel has a lose connection which means the music doesn€™t play through both speakers. I have a presonus studiolive ar8 usb mixer. is this something you can fix?


two 16 yo yamaha powered speaker cabs model msr x .now developed low register distortions when used thru the keyboard they were purchased to serve. can you help please?


hi. i€™ve recently re-set my turntables back up, after quite a few years. turntables are working fine. jaytec djt2/jaytec djm 5 mixernew edifier r1280db speakers. I think because my ground clip holder being loose at the back of the mixer, is causing a flood of ground loop! mixer switches on, but no live sound bars on the screen. recent upgraded ground clips. regards mr jordan walcott


jbl eon 500w powered speakers probably tweeter blown


i have onkyo subwoofer. it was working fine till last week. I can see now its blue power light which indicates that its on is not coming up and I cant hear any sound from it. can you help me in this


hi,one of my speaker works, the other doesn`t. I may have blown it. no sound comes out. some high freq comes out but not much. the incident: I was not playing volume loud, just listening for myself. all volume knobs were med-low. I believe it had something to do with the power outlet


kef iq5se pierced tweeters. working. i`d like diaphragms only to be replaced.


i have a yamaha rx-v373, which has had the power supply protection tripped 3 times in a row. I didn`t discover until looking afterwards that the centre speaker wires were crossed. I have tried the online advice to reset using the 3 button combination with the power button, but aside from some clicks and electrical buzzing, I have not been able to turn it on again. can you let me know if this common, and if so the average ballpark price to repair. if too expensive I will just look at getting another one 2nd hand. many thanks, greg