Question about Paradigm PDR 10 Speaker
Everytime i turn my sub on to watch a film it works but have this horrible buzzing noise from the subs amp
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Paradigm PDR-10 Sub Box
Since this is a sub I assume the sound is not coming from the speaker but is mechanical and coming from the amp in back. The tranformer can be the problem if it has delaminated or may be loose. Try removing the amp and tightening the screws. If there are rubber grommets to isolate the tranformer don't overtighten. www.pardigm.com for contact info and parts. They are very nice. If the noise is coming from the speaker then you are still under warrantee and they will replace it free.
Posted on Aug 27, 2007
The indicator light needs to be replaced, there is a loose or poorly soldered connection on one of the led's leads, or the circuit providing the signal (voltage) for the light isn't functioning.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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