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FAQ's

My DJ speakers in Sedbury keep on switching 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 Sedbury at a cost-effective price for DJs, clubs and venues throughout Monmouthshire.

My DJ speakers in Sedbury are creating a buzzing noise?

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

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

Getting your DJ speakers in Sedbury repaired is convenient with the team.

Can the team service any speaker from Sedbury?

Where possible the team shall try it's best to fix your damaged DJ speakers.

The team are professionals in the repair and maintenance of professional speaker equipment to a fantastic standard.

Please be aware that certain items are beyond economical repair due to the lack of spare parts.

What types of speaker equipment does the team service for homeowners and organisations in Sedbury?

All types of professional audio equipment in Sedbury can be serviced by the fully trained team

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

Whatever faults you're having with DJ speakers, let the team help.

How can I not blow out my DJ speakers in Sedbury?

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 advised.

Loose cables, overpowering or under powering (known as clipping the amp) and excessive feedback can all lead to a blown DJ speaker. If you need further advice, please don't hesitate to call the staff today.

DJ Speaker Repair Sedbury

Have your DJ speakers in Sedbury started to fail due to wear and tear or accidental damage? www.djfixpros.co.uk can help with a UK wide speaker repair service.

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

• Pioneer
• RCF
• Behringer
• Mackie
• Peavey
• QSC
• JBL

These are just some of the speaker manufacturers the team can effectively fix for DJs, clubs and venues across the country.

A large variety of speaker issues can be identified and serviced by the well trained technicians including:

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

These are just some of the speaker repairs for Sedbury that the professionals can provide.

All speaker repairs for Sedbury come with a warranty covering parts replaced alongside fault testing for additional peace of mind that repairs have been done to a high standard.


To schedule your speaker repair for Sedbury with collection and delivery, simply utilise the DJ speaker form provided with the following information:

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

The specialists will contact you back via phone or email regarding speakers repairs for Sedbury shortly.

DJ speaker repair Sedbury

Sedbury Speaker Repairs

Reliable speaker repair Sedbury for passive and active speakers for countless makes and models.

DJ speaker repairs are carried out by fully trained engineers using high quality speaker parts and repair methods for a effective speaker repair at an affordable price.

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


To request a speaker repair or for additional information on speaker repairs Sedbury, just enquire with the DJ speaker form with your contact details and the friendly team will be in contact shortly.

Recent Enquires

blown 12 sub on b912neo active behringer! speaker,distorted/grating noise :-(

Rob

a set of m-audio av 40s. i`ve had the speakers for a good 7-8 years at this point and just use them for some light amateur recording and general use with my pc. they`ve always worked fine but suddenly turning them on a few days ago the left (main) speaker is producing a very loud buzz (despite whatever volume). i`ve tried uplugging everything, switched electrical sockets etc. but the buzzing still seems to persist. they are fairly old speakers at this point and aren`t particularly valuable but thought it may be worth asking you guys to see if you could fix them (rather than having to buy a new set)? many thanks. rory.

Rory

hi, I have a pair of mission 737r model no x stereo speakers. both are now buzzing as the plastic around the diaphragm has perished. would you be able to repair them. thanks neil

Neil

i have a yamaha yst ms50 speaker set for my yamaha pro x music station. I have recently moved it and the only way the speaker set will work is through the headphone jack. it seems to be connected properly. may be a headphone jack problem as it has an automatic cut off if you place a set of headphones into the jack. can you fix it and how much would it be? please.

Simon

i have a bose lifestyle and the subwoofer doesn`t work. is this something you could look at

Daryl

my thomann pa x speakers are t working one won€™t turn on, the other just the tweeter produces sound. can you fix them ?

Lysander

seems like tweeter is not fully working

Barry

i have 2 active jbl es 250w sub-woofersone has a distorted sound, the 2nd one has burned out componentsi would really like to repair, can drop off.kind regards

Richard

hi, I have a pair of u stream one bluetooth speakers which have been in storage, I now am not able to switch on speaker 2. thanks james

James

hi i`m in worcester and think i`ve over powered the speaker unit to alto truesonic ts112, no sound comes out when plugged in. based in worcester. thanks steve

Steve

hi guys I have an aqustics subwoofer which has stopped working for no reason. it hasn`t been turned hip loud enough to blow it and was working one minute and then stopped the next. please help me as I the rest of the 5 speakers work very well and its a shame I don`t have the bass speaker working. kind regards leon jeffery

Leon

the active speaker isnt turning on most of the time, and if by some miracle it does then it doesn`t pass a signal. after having a look myself I think its a capacitor issue but i`m not x sure

Alex