Question about Bose Cinemate Digital Home Theater System Speaker
I get a very loud pop sound from my speakers and then crackling noise. I’ve called for service they say it’s not the speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bose 901 Series IV BLOWN?
Yes, if you hear any sort of crackling sound, that means it has blown. Given the cost of these units, I would suggest repair. I would also suggest contacting Bose, as many of their products have a lifetime warranty, so you might be in luck. Although, blowing your speakers because you made your speakers go louder than they were supposed to, is no covered in the warranty.
You can approach the repair in 2 ways..
1) Send in to Bose for repair - suggested
2) Take it to a service center, and see if they will be able to recone the speakers or replace. Most service centers are familiar with the 901 series, so you should be ok. If they have no idea what your talking about, stay away.
But yes, they are worth fixing.
DJ & Pro Audio Repair
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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