My speakers sound like the sound is playing underwater
I've had my speakers for less than a year and recently they have been acting temperamental, sound goes in and out, one speaker sounds much lower than the other. And now they both sound like they are playing underwater. What's happening? How can i fix it?
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Yes, probably, if you aren't capable of repair yourself. However, IMHO, a replacement will probably cost less in the long run. I have a KLH passive subwoofer myself. I wouldn't pay for any repair if it failed. Replacements are far too inexpensive.
I think that some wirings inside the main woofer or the tray holding it might have loosed. It could be the speakers were accidentally dropped or anything.
You can bring it to a local store Best Buy, Staples, etc. have it checked by one of them technicians or to see if it can be put back to it's place. I'm no speakers expert but that's the only reason I could think of.
If you are comfortable opening the speaker covers and checking inside the speakers then you can also try to check for some loose parts.
Hope this helps!
I have what sounds like the same problem with my Infinity's. Found a small crack in the foam surrounds of the speaker cone. Looking for a place to buy rebuild kits on the internet when I found this. Hope this helps.