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12" woofer not working


I bought a 3rd B212D unit that powers on, has white noise, no music. I took the 8 screws off and discovered that the solder connection at the woofer had broken off. I surmise that either the unit was dropped or the speaker wire had gotten hot over the years. Since the amp had an open output from the break, the high output burned up as I heard a pop when I turned the volume up. . If your volume wasn't maxed out, you could check the wiring and make sure it is connected & save yourself some change!!!

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Connecting a mixer with xlr outputs to powered 1800d sub and 2 powered 212d and (2)215d


Use a balnced to unbalanced matching transformer on each line. This reduces the possibility of a short.

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I have a Yamaha is 50m studio monitor.Is there any way to open the back of these something is rattling around inside a loose wire or something


you can either drop out the woofer by removing the screws holding it in or remove the back panel ( #2 phillips screwdriver ) those are the easiest ways into the cabinet.

Sep 04, 2011 | Yamaha HS50M Active Studio Monitor (Pair)

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On my peavey pro 15 neo speakers i don't know which wire is for what. What is the black, red, blue and yellow wires for?


black and red will goto 1 speaker. and blue/yellow to the other. typically red and yellow are + and black and blue are -. the crossover board might tell you which is which where they solder to it. but i'm pretty sure the black/red goto woofer. try hooking up both to woofer and listen to it. 1 way is going to sound horribly wrong lol. that will mean you hooked up the tweeter leads to the woofer. but DO NOT HOOK UP WOOFER LEADS TO TWEETER. thats why i say to do it on woofer.

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I purchased a pair of Hs80m. I am having a problem with one of them. The monitor works fine for about 10 mins. After about 10-15 minutes the monitor will make a humming sound then eventually blow out. The...


The powere amp portion is LIKELY going into thermal runaway where one side of the pushpull driver shorts out drawing heavy current to the point you can hear the ripple (hum) probably followed by fuse blowing. You need to have that unit repaired. Replacing fuses MAY be causing further damage.

Chances are IC601 or IC602 (LM3886TF-2) are defective or something in the DC feedback circuit.

Here is the service manual: http://elektrotanya.com/yamaha_hs80m_hs50m.pdf/download.html

Of the two, IC601 is the most probable as it drives the woofer. Available...$7.30 from

http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?lang=en&site=US&WT.z_homepage_link=hp_go_button&KeyWords=lm3886

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My boss MT2 was working fine yesterday and today I went to go use it and two things happen. Either it will mute my guitar, no sound is being transmitted. Or I just get a loud buzz. Either way the power...


The light means NOTHING other than a small voltage is getting to the unit. Verify the power supply is putting out the required voltage...

BUT FIRST...

A common cause of this is we forget which side is input and output... happens ALL the time, so verify you have the in and the out cables to the right placee.

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When I turn the power off on my amplifier my speakers make a loud noise


This often normal to get a pop as the power goes down. The amplifier goes out of balance as the power drops and it drives current into the speakers. This is a design problem and most amps don't even TRY to avoid it. Very large amps have relays that disconnect the speakers an instant before the power collapses to protect the speakers.

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There is a constant loud hum/buzz whenever I turn the pedal on. With my Boss Mt 2 Metal Zone effects pedal. It happens whether or not the power supply is plugged in. Ive tried switching cables and...


First and foremost , check your signal chain. By that, i mean put the pedal aside, ...just unhook it and take it out of your signal path. Using the same cables , guitar , amp, other pedals - borrow a friends MT-2 if you can get one , and try THAT to see if THAT works , OR any other kind of distortion pedal. If another one works ok , it's YOUR MT-2. Boss pedals are pretty rugged , but sometimes the little actuator (on/off switch) underneath the treadle (where you push your foot down) will become faulty. That's a high-gain pedal - are you using a basic Strat or other single-coil pickup guitar? If so , are you playing close to any flourescent lights? SIngle coils are noisy around those lights. Will cause a hum / buzz if using a heavy dist. pedal. You can check that by moving around as you play.

Nov 02, 2009 | Boss Mt 2 Metal Zone Effects Pedal

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