Question about Aiwa Audio Players & Recorders
I have a aiwa cx-nds15 5.1 system/w power subwoofer ts-w60u.ive had this system for a while.and i know its old but its been good to me.the subwoofer works when it wants it has an auto on switch and will turn on and work fine with music movies etc...but now it just turns on and the power indicator light is on but no sound.ive had extended warranty till the end of 07.and was told that the sub tested ok.my question is it the sub?or is it were it goes conected to the stereo the problem.i have it conected with one monster cable.which is like the coaxel conecter but black. just want tips and advice on what to do i usually fix my own things but i would want to see what anybody has done in this situation.before i start to take it apart.thanks any help is appreciated.
Sounds like your original and this sub have bad amps. The amp for the sub is not the same as the amp for the other speakers. The old unit has a dead amp and this new one is on the way out. (Pulling too much current on high bass)
Posted on Jun 15, 2007
SOURCE: Kenwood Home Theater
Please update your post with any Model Numbers that you can retrieve, especially the subwoofer. Off hand, and with the limited amount of information that you have provided, I would GUESS that your subwoofer is simply overheating, and is being shutdown internally, hence protecting the fuse because no short is detected. If you haven't moved and or vaccuumed/cleaned around or near your system regularly, dust, pollution, pollen...you name it, builds up and can easily prevent electronics from breeathing/venting properly.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
im having the exact same problem thinking it was the amp i rigged up a different driver,the amp was fine.i knew the driver wasnt gone and after some looking and testing i got it down to wire mesh(i think a dust sheild,something)inside which was slightly rubbing on the coil,it worked fine loud when it was warm but cold there was bursts of bad feed back noises.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
reset the device to factory settings, it is written in your manual how to do this. If that doesnot work, unplug the powersocket for about 30minutes, it will cause an internal reset which might solve it.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: subwoofer goes to sleep
It is not getting a strong enough signal.... when you have the sub setting on the receiver to low the sub likes to go into sleep mode..... try turning the sub signal up on the receiver and the sub amp down to get the desired level.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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.1 20 watts, Min. RMS at 4 ohms, from 40 Hz to 160 Hz, with no more than 1% Total Harmonic Distortion
The subfrequencies are below 25 Hz, but TS-W60 work over 40 Hz!.
Bass frequencies (woof) are from 25 to 50 Hz.
Bad, very bad.
Sell it and buy a good subwoofer.
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