Question about Cambridge Soundworks Center/Surround IV Satellite Speaker
I feel like theres a loose connection inside my center speaker because at heavy bass sounds it glitches and can be fixed if tapped. The connection in the back is not the problem so I was wondering if there was a way I could open it and fix whatever is wrong
Is it a powered speaker? If not then if you know how to solder ,sure open her up and move around the wires while shes playing and see if you can duplicate the fault. If you dont know how to solder then take the unit in to be serviced as a loose connection inside a speaker can certainly blow out an amps output circuitry. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 26, 2006
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