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same issue here, my 6 inch woofer is good but the tweeter is not producing sound, i opened the box myself, theres not signal going to my tweeter, how can i check to see if its a wiring or other issues to diagnose myself? heres some pics
Well you shouldn't find shotty quality in M-Audio speakers short of them being built in China! If your APU doesn't hold a charge, the first thing to buy is a new battery or another APC unit. The odds of just that speaker being effected by a power surge and nothing else in your system is slim so I would lean towards the most likely problem; your friend. M-Audio speaker are quality and quality speakers are delicate to what you want them to produce. Low quality drivers will always handle higher levels of clipping or being over driven in an one particular frequency cycle. So in short, yes even a high quality pair of self powered speakers can blow themselves if told too by like, increasing the low band on the eq and playing something heavy in bass.
If they were mine, my first email would be to M-Audio (http://crm.m-audio.com/scripts/texcel/swise/clogin.dll?13&ma_na) as they will stand firmly behind there products even if they are out of warranty just as any high quality brand will do. Chris-
I think I had a similar problem. My speakers were brand new and after a while I lost my front left and rear left speaker. I'm not sure about you guys but after fiddling around with the settings it worked after I changed the "S/PDIFoutput sample rate" from 48 to 96 khz. I have no clue what I did, but it worked for me. I am running logitech something or rather speakers with VIA HD audio deck drivers
Hi, what you probably need to look for is driver for your sound card which is built-in into your motherboard. Try to get the model no. of your mb and proceed to their website to download appropriate drivers. Drivers are OS specific. If your sound card in a plug-in PCI card, then you would have to check the chipset number or the sound card model no. to get the right driver. Hope this helps.