For no reason at all, after only a year of relatively light use, and not loud over use due to where I live! I now have no bass and my once amazing sound is so bad, I will no longer use the Dr Dre Beatbox as it sounds like a tinny radio from the 80's!! Anyone experience this problem and know a fix or know an outlet that will fix it, eg Richer Sounds? Can't return it as from HMV and was a gift so I've no receipt and warrantied items therefore have to go back to the US which is useless to me in the UK!
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If the treble is good and is working then the failure to adjust or increase bass output even when it is done can be due to faulty OP-AMP in the BASS circuit. The BASS frequency must be enhance with an amplification and a pass filter with amplification boost and so a failure of this stage can be the reason for non action.You will need to have a signal test on the bass section to confirm the faulty IC.Check for poor solder joint and faulty capacitors/controls.
its a kia and these vehicles do suffer from electrical problems as you describe although less here in spain but immobilisor faults are common and if it will not start due to immobilisor then lock vehicle and leave for half hour or so and then it will go again ---why--- ????
Placement of the speakers relative to the room surfaces and the listening position can affect their perceived bass response. Experiment. Corners and close wall reinforce the bass, moving the speakers out from them would lessen it.
Hey. I have two PS210's One popped and stopped working 9 months in to it. Under warranty the technician said that Infinity produced these speakers wit ha known heat related problem. Some part burns up. He replaces them all the time. You can expect about a year's service as my seconf one just popped and died. It costs about $153 to fix it here in phoenix. Will never buy Infinity again from what I know
What is your sub stood on? If it is on a piece of furniture then this could be the problem. Bass frequencies travel further than higher frequencies due to their longer wavelength and will also be transmitted through any solid objects the speaker is in contact with. The solution is to mount your sub on a piece of foam to provide some damping.
Also if your sub has a port (a hole) on the back or side this needs to have a good 3 or 4 inches clearance from nearby walls or panels.
Finally the speaker cone itself needs to have a clear path to push sound energy into the room, if this path is blocked by furniture (some people like to hide them under tables) then it may make that furniture vibrate.