Question about Audio Players & Recorders
As you can imagine, I've had these speakers for over 30 years. The woofer is now making a humm and the only thing I can do is unplug it (the satellites are working fine). I don't know where to go to get it repaired, or if I can do it myself...I'm not a wirehead.
Capacitors wear out over time, like a battery does. It's possible that the caps in the crossover are expired.
Easy fix if you're handy!
Else, try different interconnects. When an 'RCA' type interconnect fails, it often introduces noise audible as a hum.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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