for some itme now, the subwoofer always coughs, rarely hearing the normal sound. I went to the retailer but they could'nt fix it. It seems that there is a problem with the speaker itself and not the amplifier. It does this without being connected to anything else, so it is not the source.
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always 1 speaker per amp output!!! and between red and black only. You can send any signal into a subwoofer. Hi frequencies will be quiet but it's safe. switch a normal speaker for the sub and listen, you should hear a muffled sound. Look for the sub output on the amp... do you need to switch on the sub manually somewhere?
The shutdown is probably due to hardware overheating. Make sure that your CPU fan is automatically increasing in speed when the processor is being used. You should hear the sounds.
It is possible that the fan controller may not be working or the fan itself is going bad. When dealing with retail CPUs, its always best to purchase an aftermarket CPU cooler.
Hope this helps!
Next itme you hear it, get out and see if it loader on top or the bottom of the engine. This sounds like typical rod knock. especially when it goes away when you add oil. This would be a rebuild or engine replacement.
contact panasonic customer service and tell them the model# of the sub , just tell them you need a replacement , they will ship it out to you at a reasonable charge and sometimes they,ll send them out for free if the unit was just purchased because you can tell them it was,nt with the unit and that always seems to work for , Hope i was able to help and if you think i was helpful please leave a nice rating Thank you sincerely glenn mayer
i think your speaker cannot support the sound that your computer produce. it means to say that, they are not compatible. specially when your computer sound interface that you used is 5.1 or 7.1 interface but your speaker specs is only for generic sound, you really hear a crackling sound and more if you set to higher volume.
but it can help if you only set your computer interface to generic sound or set only in lower volume it can help. because if you continue that way, your speaker can be seriously damaged that even at the lowest volume can hear the crackling sound.
or if you really want a fine good sound system then, buy a speaker that can interface with 5.1 or 7.1 or see manuals of your computer/motherboard. for recommended specs