Question about Insignia Simulated Rock Outdoor Speakers (Pair)
I've had the Insignia outdoor rock speakers for a number of years now and they have worked just fine. Out of nowhere both the right and left speakers lost almost all sound. The speaker wire and the source unit appear fine. Any idea what could cause this?
Test the speakers on a bench if possible with a different receiver and some new wire. Or if you have a multimeter check the impedance, should be 8ohms if it's got a short, it will read 1..... or ....1 If the speaker wire when connected to the outdoor speaker is not siliconed, it acts as a wic and will oxidize the wiring and cause a short. do you have a separate volume control for them? and is that volume control indoor or outdoor? is it connected to a receiver or amplifier? The fastest test though would be to hook up the rock spkrs directly to another unit. If you still have trouble, reply and I will help you troubleshoot further. Hope this helps
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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