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Replace subwoofer driver

Have a Boston Media Theater System (PN 7000947) System that came with a Gateway computer. Subwoofer is blown. Can I get a replacement speaker driver from Boston or equivalent? Looks like a 5" driver with a PN 304-1E0007-00 printed on the back.

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SOURCE: Boston Acoustics Computer Speakers no sound

This speaker system requires a digital audio input, which most older systems don't have. The sound card that was built into your Gateway can put out either a digital or analog signal depending on how you have it set. Chances are your new sound card might be able to output in digital mode as well, but you may have to turn it on manually. Try double-clicking your volume icon in your system tray, then click the "advanced" button at the bottom left. This should bring up a window that lets you adjust the treble and bass, but it should also give you an "other options" area that lets you turn on digital output. If your new card supports digital output, the option should be there. If the card does not support it, you will have to use a different card. I hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Getting humming sound from all speakers. BA 700569 MicroMedia

It sounds more like the power supply is at fault (a filter capacitor dried up), but it'll take an oscilloscope to verify that - take it to a TV repair shop (if you can find one) or find a ham radio operator who still has test equipment. (If it happens even from an iPod, it'll be easy to troubleshoot, since the person doing it can use any audio source to cause the problem.)

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SOURCE: Boston BA790 Subwoofer Making Strange Noises

I just took my sub apart and found that the surround on the driver speaker inside the sub was totally crumbled and lying in pieces throughout the sub box.

I'm looking around now for specs on the sub speaker so I can find a replacement.

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SOURCE: i have Boston Digital BA735 subwoofer speaker,

ok from the information you have presented i believe you have to get a male to male adapter for your sub woofer then plug it into your speaker in on the back of our comp and into your analog in on your speakers, please provide more information if this doesn't work and i would be happy to assist you further

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SOURCE: Boston Acoustics BA745 2.1 Analog Speaker System.

try swapping the speakers around if the problem still persists either the speaker is faulty or
the speakers plug/outlet is usually at the back of the computer you will have to open up the computer to check the lead attached to the rear of the input plug make sure the connection is good
or you might have to clean the dust from your computer dust causes static which causes your computer to overheat and all sorts of problems
be sure to wear an anti static earth strap before touching anything inside your computer hope this helps

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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