Question about Infinity BASSLINK Car Subwoofer
My infinity basslink simply hums when plugged in. Occasionally it will pick up a signal from the head unit and play very distorted low tones. I have checked the connections and even hooked it up through line out connections rather than the speaker wire connections that it was originally hooked up with. Still, the humming continued. Could this be a blown coil or a blown amp? all fuses are good. What should I do?
Check the heatsink, touch it with your finger feel it ,if you can hold it with in 15 sec, then your power amp. component might be working if not then probably you Power Amplifier IC or transistor is shorted.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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