Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Currently my subwoofer isn't working anymore. I checked the fuse, and it's still good. still no power....any clues? thanks!!
Go here and find a nice substitute. Many to choose from and it may be better to purchase a pair of them rather than have mis-matched ones. They should be inexpensive enough for you, as low as $2 up to $480. You just need the size of the mounting hole to find a replacement though.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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