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Just curious about what a blown or faulty speaker can sound like.  Mine may or may not be working so any input would be nice.  

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hard to say, the voice coil could just be broken and make connection when the cone moves and get some sound, could be toasted and smell cooked, maybe only high frequency works(vocals) but no mid range frequency(bass) best bet would get a Multimeter on it check it, easiest would be test behind the radio rather than removing the door.

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Sounds worse but with some effort, it is easy to fix faulty speakers. However, if you notice that voice coil has burned then it would be challenging to repair. 

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