Question about Car Audio & Video
WHEN HOOKED UP , WITH THE VOLUME ALL THE WAY UP . I ONLY HEAR A QUIET, bad BASS SOUND
If its truly a bad, burned up voice coil, its generally not worth replacing unless its a competition sub. you can get good sounding subs for under $100.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Subwoofer help
hard to tell whats causing this .Just curious make sure speaker wires going to subs are POLARIZED meaning positive from amp is with positive at woofer and NEGATIVE is with negative at woofer.When these are crossed and when volume is raised you will hear the bass cancell each other out..
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
SOURCE: fusion amp . the green
First your need to make sure that the amplifier is grounded properly. And verify that all other connections are as well. Unfortunatelly, i wouldn't be able to help you because i need to be in front of it to troubleshoot. Hope you fix it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: Subwoofer: diamond tdx10d4
you could go back into the wiring systems and by past the button,.then put a toggle switch there so u can keep it on when u want or toggle it off to turn off the system
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Have you had it checked out, if it rattles when bass hits hard, it could be busted, have you had it up extremely loud before? If so, that is probably what done it, otherwise, I would call whoever you bought it from, and ask them if they know anyone who has had similar problems to yours.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
off the same amp? you have two way different sounding speakers man. you can buy 2 identical speakers from the same company and brand and series and they will play differently every time. you have 2 speakers with nothing in common so you will hear a difference and maybe interference because of the different ohm levels.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
May 06, 2011 | KLH ASW10-100 Subwoofer
• Check that the subwoofer is connected properly, switched on and the volume turned up.
• If your subwoofer has a sleep function, make sure it is switched off.
• Make sure that the Subwoofer setting is YES or PLUS (see Speaker Setting on page xx).
• The crossover frequency may be set too low; try setting it higher to match the characteristics of your other speakers (see Speaker Setting on page xx)
• If there is very little low frequency information in the source material, change your speaker settings to Front: SMALL / Subwoofer: YES , or Front: LARGE / Subwoofer: PLUS (see Speaker Setting on page xx).
• Check that the LFE channel is not set to -80dB , or a very quiet setting (see Bass Peak Level
on page xx).
• Check the speaker level settings (see Channel Level on page xx).
Regarding the Large vs Small assignment of speakers, what they mean isn't so much the physical size but the ability to handle real bass. Large if Yes.
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