Question about Altec Lansing MX5021 System
Initially when the subs are turned on, everything is fine but there is a very very slight noticeable vibration and buzzing from the back(power source area) if you listen very closely to the sub. After turning on the subwoofer for a couple of hours, the humming or buzzing sound is amplified louder than the CPU fan at full speed. Even though with all the speaker cables, controller and input cable unplugged with only the mains powered on, the humming continues.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: powered sub
thats sounds like feedback. try giving your sattelites spacings. if they are near to each other, try to put them far from each other.
try also to turn of your microphone. that might work.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
SOURCE: subwoofer noise
You didn't say is your sub active or passive.If its active first check signal cables from theater system,power line of the sub, it has to be the same phase as the system.If its passive take a voltmeter disconnect the sub from the system and measure for DC voltage on the SUB output on the system when its OFF.If DC voltage is present your amp is damaged.It can also be that the preamp circuit for the sub doesn't mute the input when unit is on stand by and you hear frequency of your power supply (50-60Hz) on the sub
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
SOURCE: Subwoofer Emits a Buzzing Tone
The 2200 uF capacitor in the power supply has gone bad and the humming is a 60 Hz from the rectification of AC to 18 vDC. Either get a new power supply or take apart the power supply and replace the bad cap.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
I have this exact Altec Lansing speaker system and I'm currently just using it with my Dell computer. But, I know you don't have to install these speakers to any high powered receiver for good sound quality. The subwoofer has two separate 200 watt RMS combined amplifiers built in for it's single knob controlled dual 6.5" bass drivers and 2-way magnetically shielded satellites, which are amplified together by any source that has an analog or digital volume control. The speakers act as a preamp receiver to any volume or frequency tone level controlled audio source. These input sources can also equalize the speakers receiving input signal for bass, treble or mid-range adjustments. You only need to obtain the proper adapter to hook up all the speakers to your desired component or device. Besides a computer, for example a TV with a variable audio out function or a mp3 player will work. The adapter that i am referring to is similar to what is included with certain 5.1 Logitech brand computer and multimedia speakers specifying gaming console and TV connecting. It has all three color coded 1/8" connector inputs on one end and RCA jack outputs on the other. This can be purchased more easily online then offline at stores such as Ebay for a fairly inexpensive price. However this adapter will not decode true 5.1 surround, but instead give a 5 channel stereo effect. I guess if one was looking for an inexpensive alternative solution to purchasing traditional high end home entertainment audio equipment, the ADA 995s are one of few computer speaker models in my book that can do a decent job.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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