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What is a sound bar woofer and function


A woofer is a device that producers low frequency bass sounds. Often in a form of Sub Woofer. Bass sounds are not directional. So once set up it will give the rumble and vibration needed to the sound system.

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How do I stop feedback through speakers


Well, a feebackback destroyer is oke, or a good equalizer, no cheap noisy one and take one with 31 channeles /channel and lower the trequencies where about where you hear it lower frequency frequency by frequency, until you have the frequency which gives the problem and keep the frequency low in volume . But there are more ways, like replacing you monitors a bit. A low noise graphic equalizer ain't cheap. I thought ART has reasonable anti feedback surpressors....

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What is the low pass filter on my amp for


A subwoofer is a low frequency device so it is designed to amplify low frequencies <200 herts to play on a speaker designed for low frequencies. You want low frequencies to pass to the amplifier while high frequencies do not enter the amplifier to cause damage to your amplifier or sub woofer speakers plus it will sound terrible. Anothher reason may be to not have to worry about a crossover filter on the speaker system..

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Why are my headphones making a vibrating sound on the left side, when there is a lot of bass.


Each speaker works independently from each other. One speaker may use more low frequency tones than the other one.. Low frequency tones create a lot more noticeable vibration than higher frequency tones. You can reduce it by turning the volume down a little on the left speaker. It is possible that nuts came loose on the speaker.

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Insignia ns ht51 subwoofer the speaker is vibrating but with no sound i believe it is the fuse, if so which fuse do i need


If the fuse had blown the sub woofer would be dead. I think you have a very low frequency oscillation problem . Now the frequency is so low ( below 15Hz ) one cannot hear it but if you look at the sub woofer speaker it will be pushing like a piston - to and fro very powerfully.
You will need professional help on this one.

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When you press start the microwave starts with a low hum and sounds like a bearing or fan is vibrating, micrwave still heats up and works just runs rough. Bruce


Ther is a loose peace of metal in the magnetron, it is not a big worry, it's just noisy, i have a noisy microwave and it is working fine for 10 years now, if you use the defrosting mode you should hear the noise (on and off) because in the defrost mode the magnetron energises on and off, it could be the cabinet vibrating as well look for loose peaces of metal

Good luck!

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Whats the difference between a speaker and a subwoofer


a sbwoofer is ment for producing bass by playing low frequency notes at an amplified power. subs move air vibrating off of your trunk and creating bass. a speakeris ment to produse high and midbass frequencies. thus having a tewwter and a small woffer cone. trying to get bss out of a door speaker usually results in very bad distortion which will actually blow a speaker very easy

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Hello there Not sure if the weekend is a good time but anyway anything is worth trying at this stage! There appear to be two fans, the one that cuts in when the lamp comes on - the one that sounds more...


Hi,
Vibrating fan requires lubrication on its shaft, drop little thin machine oil and hope problem will be solved, for time being.
Correct solution is to replace that fan.
Thanks.

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When playing notes on the A string I get a crackeling noise


Just a thought:

If you used the speakers with another amp and they still make noise when you play certain frequencies, then it is obviously a problem with the speakers or the cabinet - it could be a mechanical resonance in some part of a speaker / cabinet, something like a loose screw or a nut, loose protection mesh on the speakers that resonates at certain frequencies, possibly a bad speaker or a speaker membrane...

Also, you might want to check the pickups on your guitar, see if the pickup core slug under the A string is much closer to the string than the other slugs so it is either picking up too much signal and distorting it or the string might be touching the slug when you play it and cause noise, also see if the string is touching something else when it vibrates...

good luck

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