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My speaker no sounds, were is the JBL service center in the philippines?


Hey there,
I did a search on the JBL website for you, here is the address and the phone number of the JBL Service Center in the Philippines:

Philippines
AUDIOPHILE

1142 Pres. Quirino Ext.
Paco, Manila 1007
Philippines

Tel: +63 2 588-0918
Fax: +63 2 564-1720

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May 02, 2011 | JBL CREATURE II Computer Speakers

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Sound through headphones only.


Try the speakers on another computer, to see if they work at all. If they do, then the problem is the audio-interface on your computer (or DVD-player, or home-stereo system).

Apr 05, 2010 | M-Audio Studiophile DX4 Computer Speakers

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What is the polarity of the jbl platinum series speakers


Speakers don't really have Polarity ... they have Phase. The audiophile wants the speaker cone acting in the same direction not opposite directions. So, watch your wire - one conductor will have a rib on it, the other smooth. You pick which you want to hook to the red or the + or what the mark is on your devices pick the other conductor for the other side, black or - or what ever matches.

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Dec 07, 2009 | HP JBL Platinum Computer Speakers

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M-Audio DX-4 speakers blowing fuses


could be a problem with the wires? good luck

Feb 10, 2008 | M-Audio Studiophile DX4 Computer Speakers

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Distorted audio


I think the volume increasing or decreasing of you woffer box has been got damaged please change your button as quickly as possible...
Thank you..

Jan 02, 2008 | M-Audio DX4 Active Studio Monitors (Pair)...

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Distorted m-audio dx-4 speakers


No No please dont change your circuit board its in the problem of your increasing or decreasing volume button of your woffer box please try to change the button as quickly as possible because it has been got damaged....
Thank you...

Dec 15, 2007 | M-Audio DX4 Active Studio Monitors (Pair)...

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Studio monitor chaos


Please change your probes or change your volume control knob as quickly as possible because it has been got damaged...

Thank you...

Nov 28, 2007 | M-Audio DX4 Active Studio Monitors (Pair)...

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M-Audio DX4 Studiophile Monitoring Speakers - Fried!!!


Hi Mr Goodrice
Happy Holidays
You may friied the capacitor of power regulator, or power suppy module. have to get to some place to make the change, or you have to RMS the speakers to US to replace. no other thing can be done. also you need a special conector and transformer to get the right voltage there.
good luck

Nov 20, 2007 | M-Audio DX4 Active Studio Monitors (Pair)...

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Connection to Mixer


I am not sure about that brand but on my Roland Speakers, the TRS jack lives inside the XLR. I first missed it. Take an XLR and try to connect. I can't imagine that they would not have XLR especially for studio monitors. Also are your speakers passive or active, that is something that I would seriously at. No amplitude, low signal, no active.

Aug 18, 2007 | M-Audio DX4 Active Studio Monitors (Pair)...

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