Question about B&W ASW1000 Speaker
I have a vintage hi fi set up, goodmans minister speakers, sansui g-2000 stereo reciever and a united audio dual 1216 record player, the problem is when im playing through the aux, or tape the speakers act normal but when i play the record player the bass speaker pumps in and out like a billow. there is no sound difference but am worried about wrecking the speakers
Are your speakers out of phase? Check the wiring on the back of the amp and make sure you have not crossed the cables see here for more details http://www.richardfarrar.com/are-your-speakers-wired-correctly/
Posted on Jun 17, 2014
If you can't hear the difference maybe the bass frequency which is moving the speakers is below your hearing range.
I think you may have a "loudness" button on that amp -- if you do, turn off the loudness -- this is a bass booster.
But, in general, bass speakers are designed to move in & out a lot. They have to move a lot of air to produce the bass sound.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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