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Speaker technicians can repair a wide range of speakers, including car stereos, vintage speakers, and Hi-Fi systems. Some Taskers may specialise in repairing turntables, record players, and specific brands like Bose speakers or Infinity subwoofers.
Post any audio repair service you need on our platform, and we’ll connect you to experts who can get the job done. If your speaker has trouble with sound or power, a technician would be able to identify what repair to do. They may also give you advice on how to avoid similar problems in the future. Airtasker is here to help for big or small speaker concerns.
A speaker can get damaged for many reasons, like impact damage or from many years of wear and tear. At some point, the damage may be severe enough to require new parts. The replacement of these parts is commonly known as reconing. If original parts aren’t available, you may have other third-party options to choose from. Once your speakers are up and running, you could get back on track with practising your guitar skills.
A speaker’s foam edge may deteriorate over time. When this happens, it’s dangerous to continue using the appliance, as this may damage the speaker completely. In this case, a refoaming service or foam replacement is usually all you need. Your Tasker may recommend parts replacement if the damage is more extensive.
In some cases, your speaker could lose magnetic charge from years of use. In other cases, oxidation may cause the magnets to separate, thus making the parts useless. A Tasker may help to recharge or realign your speaker and get it back to working order.
Damaged speaker tweeters can lose their high-frequency sound, or your speakers may sound blown out. A diaphragm replacement may be the key to your speaker repair. This service often requires rigorous cleaning and working with toxic substances, so it’s wise to enlist the help of an expert.
Taskers may also upgrade your current audio systems. Once your speakers are working, you can complete your home theatre setup with a wall-mounted TV. Then, of course, you may opt to install security cameras to your home for your extra peace of mind.
Carnegie VIC 3163, Australia
9th Feb 2021
I have a pair of these 1978 AWA speakers, one suddenly stopped working , no sound at all, no response to being connected to different amps. Possible fuse blown
Bentleigh VIC, Australia
17th Dec 2019
I need the line-in port replaced on a Play 5.
Carnegie VIC, Australia
6th Jan 2019
- I think there’s a speaker wire loose in my car speaker. There’s intermittent scratching and interference. I’m only guessing it’s a loose wire so will need an expert to diagnose and repair. (Hoping the speaker can be repaired but if replacement is needed I’m happy to buy another) - Also have a huge sub woofer in the boot that needs to be removed.
Black Rock VIC 3193, Australia
24th Jan 2021
Had circuit breaker and safety switch trip. Turned out Sonos speaker likely cause because speaker now completely dead
Cheltenham VIC, Australia
29th Oct 2019
My 2013 Mazda 6 has a busted front right speaker - factory stock Bose speakers. Crackling / muffled sound. I work in Cheltenham VIC during the day and home in Endeavour Hills after hours.
Elsternwick VIC, Australia
4th Mar 2021
Sonos PLAYBAR stopped suddenly after hearing a slight “popping” noise . No power to unit after following all advise from sonos. Suspect blown fuse , doubt if blown speaker(s) as power to unit should be still on ??
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
21st Sep 2020
Behringer Speaker died and need repair
Parkdale VIC, Australia
27th Feb 2019
My sonos soundbar has aproblem with the optical cable connection. The issue isnt with the cable - it seems to be where the optic cable enters the soundbar. The speaker works if you hold the optic cable at an angle where it plugs into the speaker. Thanks, Damien