Question about Samsung Audio Players & Recorders
First, check to make sure all wires are plugged into the correct location. If the problem persists try changing the amp or play source that you are using to see if it is a problem with that. Their is sometimes a secondary volume knob on the speakers as well. Hopefully this helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think you've just answered your own question. It sounds as if you've coned the sub woofer. Meaning you've fractured the bond between the edge of the speaker body with the speaker cone. Or overheated the voice coil and it's distorted and not getting free movement. Excuse the Pun but it "sounds" like you need a new speaker as a replacement. If it's a particularly expensive speaker it can be reconed. A check of the Net for someone close to you will find a company who recones them. If it's a cheaper one then a replacement would be in order.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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