Question about Harman Kardon HK595 Computer Speakers
Hello, My HK595 subwoofer has power but the two satellite speakers do not have power coming to it. This happened after I turned up the speakers to full capacity and some blew up in the subwoofer. There was a bit of smoke coming out the subwoofer after this incident. Obviously it's not the fuse since there is power to the subwoofer. Has anyone experienced something like this before and can anyone advise me how to fix it? Thanks, Tobin
I found a harman kardon sub 30w 2.1 channel for computer but i do not have the two pc speakers that turn it on. Is there a way I can manipulate the pins where the speakers are supposed to plug into?
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
You blew the amplifier in the speakers. If you are an electronics hobbyist and have some time you can probably fix it, otherwise they are not economically repairable. Probably not what you wanted to hear but the fact is PC speakers are fairly inexpensive these days and used units can be picked up even cheaper.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
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