Question about Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders
Bought a used sub but did not get any cables so I cannot use it, Where can I buy these cables?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you can leave off the subwoofer (disconect it) and the sound distorts you know it's the amp.
In either case you are looking at a transistor or IC that has a heat problem. You can find out which by spraying with Servisol Freezer spray on to a suspect device, when the distortion is there. If it goes away when the suspect is cooled, then it's gone. To confirm it heat it back up with a soldering iron, it should then start acting up again.
You should be able to get the spray from Maplin (UK) or Radioshack (USA), or that type of shop.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
You don't need such cable, although you can use it if you have one. If receiver has only mono SUB output (as majority of receivers have), you just connect it to the Left socket on the Sub and it will work.
Using the Y cable would probably cause that you will fed the same signal to both left and right sockets, but half the intensity (you would divide the output from receiver by 2). So in the end the Sub would receive exactly the same signal as when using normal straight cable.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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