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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hissing in speaker
I would contact http://www.simplyspeakers.com amd see if theres a repair thats feasable to do with this speaker and tell them what you got and what you wanna do and they will assist you in getting the speaker fixed or replaced with what you want and for the price you want. Good Luck
Posted on May 12, 2006
Think as an expert... Probably from my experience repairing woofers etc... the cone (1) or the spider (2) isn't well glued onto the woofer skeleton(or both???) The woofer cone must be absolutely centered or else you will get those clicks in low frequencies(you also get them in higher frequencies but you can't hear them!) I must say that it is very difficult to repair a woofer by your own. I suggest to return it back where you bought it and take another one (i suppose that you have a guarantee ha?).
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
Actually. I don't think you have to wire a remote switch from the radio to the amp on this product. This powered subwoofer supposedly has automatic signal sensing turn-on circuitry. I have the same problem. So I think I'll try to just hook up the power (to the battery), ground and the + / - speaker wires to one of the back speakers in the car and see if that works.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
First thing when your care is idleing turn you system up and watch your rpms. Is it going all over the place when you turn it up?If so your altenator isn't putting out enough power.Might be able to fix that problem with another fadar cap. You should buy the digital read out for your cap to see how bad its draws power.They have ones that will mount to the top of your fadar cap.You can all so get a bigger altenator.Also check your ground clean it along with other connection batter,both sides of you fuse and any other connection,bass will loose all bolts/screws over time because of the bass,even to sub have had one work its way off in a year once.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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