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Genelec 1024B tweeter and mid distortion FIXED!

arneskaug, modified 3 Years ago.

Genelec 1024B tweeter and mid distortion FIXED!

Youngling Posts: 0 Join Date: 5/27/20 Recent Posts

I was experiencing distortion in one of my 124B's, like a distinct timbre around the crossover frequencies. I mailed support and got a thorough and detailed answer to my questions. One of the suggestions was to check the soldering on the drivers. That got me thinking and I checked the square pin connector connecting the drivers to the amps, and they were a bit corroded. I cleaned the connectors and reinstalled. Now the distortion is gone and the monitor plays beautifully again!

I thought this info might be of us to someone at some point in time.

Thanks to Jani Oksanen for excellent customer support