Question about Jensen XS-1010 Car Subwoofer
I have a Jensen sub with my home theatre system. It'll make random burst of bass even after the tv has been turned off or if it's gone a while without any music where it's needed. It drives me crazy. It's like a random giant burp.
Is there an adjustment on the sub itself or in the audio set-up to prevent this from happening? My product wasn't listed below.
Sounds like you have a loose signal lead. Check to see if this cab be tightened if not replace the cable as this could be the cause of the problem. Over time the leads/plugs do loosen especially on subs as they vibrate so much. If it's not this then it's probably something internal to which I am reluctant to advise you on looking at yourself unless you are pretty proficient with electronics :P
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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