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KEF PSW2000 subwoofer has power but no sound

My kef psw2000 has power but no sound. It is connected to TEAC AG-L800
amplifier. I have tried the test tone on the amp, everything works but the sub.
Is there any way to test the sub, without using the amp

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  • pothooks Dec 28, 2008

    I have the same problem with the same speaker, currently waiting for a reply from KEF support, perhaps we could keep each other informed of any progress.



  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    My KEF PSW2000 is receiving power but makes a buzzing sound when power is applies [ even when the source cable is not plugged in.This problem used to be intermittent but now I can't get a thing out of the wooofer.

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To test a speaker you can hook up a batterie any where from AAA AA C D or a 9 volt batterie if the speaker makes a tone then it is fine and your problem is else where

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It states the power is on due to the front panel green light. I can move the sound bars up and down but there is no sound from the unit. I checked the cable etc but still no sound. I love this sub....


I wrote to Kef support about an identical issue. Their replay is below.
By the description you have given, it sounds like the power amplifier
board in the subwoofer has failed.

Unfortunately your subwoofer is no longer covered under warranty as the
electronics inside comes with a one year warranty as with all KEF
electronics, and the warranty card would have been supplied inside the
box.

However, you can return the amplifier section to us by removing the
screws on the very outer edge of the back of the unit and disconnecting
the cables inside. Once removed, carefully package the amplifier and
then contact the Service department on 01622 672261 with the serial
number to hand, they will then give you a returns number. Once you have
a returns number, you can send it to the following address with a
covering letter. When sending the parcel, please make sure that you send
it recorded delivery or get a tracking number if sending by courier.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ITEMS NOT BOOKED IN WITH THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT BEFORE
DESPATCH, MAY INCUR FURTHER DELAY.

The address is as follows:

F.A.O. SERVICE
GP Acoustics
Eccleston Road
Tovil
Maidstone
Kent
ME15 6QP

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