Question about Velodyne HGS-15 Subwoofer
Recently my subwoofer has begun to make a loud intermittent popping sound. The popping will last for several minutes and then go away, but returns throughout the movie Im watching. Could it possibly be the fuse and if so where is it located?
If you have changed the signal source, then these may not be the problem at all, it may be that you have the sub output set to low on your processor.
This may be one of these problems.
It could be the "auto on" circuit.
If you change the switch on the back of the unit to always on does it still do this? if not then it is the auto on circuit that is the problem.
The driver mounted servo unit is starting to fail.
A cap in the amplifier input section may be going bad.
You nwill need to contact Velodyne for repair of the unit.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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Not that it would help.
Is the white noise present in the absence of an input connection, free-floating?
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