About a month and a half ago I bought a used set of SDA 1Bs. The previous owner replaced one of the right tweeters serveral years ago, but the other is still an old SL tweeter.
On that speaker, I am getting intermittent static. I only hear it at lower listening volumes. I have swapped out the speaker cable and the interconnect from my AVR (being used at preamp) and the NAD amp running the SDAs. Both changes no fix.
I am about to try hooking a different pair of speakers up to the NAD amp to see if it is an amp problem. If that is not it, my next thought would be a speaker problem, but I wanted to get some ideas as to what a bad driver (most likely tweeter I guess) would sound like before I start throwing replacement drivers at it).
I don't know if it is related, but the sound also seems to be a little choppy with movies. I don't know if this is a mixture of the sound fields and SDA. Should I disconnect the SDA cord when watching movies? Also, the SDA cord does not plug in very tight, could that cause my staticy sound? Listening with that unplugged is something I will need to try too I guess.
Any suggestions or guidance on what bad drivers/tweeters will sound like?