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How come the sounds from my main speakers coming out only on the small soft ball.

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You need to either add the tweeter/bass bridges or your bass drivers are gubbed

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No sound from speakers very soft sound from subwoofer


Replug all the cables associated with the input and output of the main woofer.
And check your system sound level from control panel and do increase it, hope this will help to solve your problem.

Jul 23, 2011 | Harman Kardon SoundSticks Computer...

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I am replacing the blown front door speakers in my 2001 9-3 convertible with premium sound system. The speakers are stamped 4 ohm. I believe they are subs based upon what I have been able to dig up. ...


Actually the door speakers( less than 50W) do not need high wattage speakers as they are mainly powered from the head unit. Unless you are powering with a power amp a speaker of 300 watts is not required. But if the mountings are correct , the impedance of 4 ohms is correct, then it will fit OK and work. The only main issue will be the sensitivity issue of the speakers to work with a low output.
I have considered that a highly sensitive speaker( small voltage response) will sound great like an expensive power amplifier and high wattage speakers. Jensen had some good ranges in the 80's but now we have hard suspensions with poor response.
So my final suggestion is if powered from your head unit test it , there is no damage but if there is a response problem if you are a soft listener. Other wise there is nothing to worry on as the amp will handle except your listening pleasure.
So test to decide. Credit me if this info is helpful.

Aug 20, 2010 | 2001 Saab 9-3

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Left earphone keeps dying out and comes back. Also the red light on the mic keeps coming on which blocks me from talking online.


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Next, unsolder the two wires on the back of the speaker taking note of the polarity. These wires are what are broken. Undo the screw in the center. With a small screwdriver carefully pry the pivoting cup off the ear piece. It is snapped onto a small ball joint under the screw.
Now remove the four screws and remove the top of the ear piece.
Remove the two screws from the small printed circuit board and unsolder the two speaker wires. You will need to find some new wire that is flexible and not much bigger in diameter. I used some that was too large and had trouble getting the last cap that holds the soft ear cup back on. I also reamed out the holes in the cap and the cup that the wires go through to give them more movement.
Replace everything and solder the wires to the speaker in the same order as removing.
You will need a good small tipped soldering iron.

Good luck
Calvin

Feb 10, 2010 | Logitech Clearchat PC Wireless Headset

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Only get sound out of right side both a and b


Good day sir, Hi, your Philips receiver trouble can be any of the ff:
  1. your receiver left fuse is blown, check if it has a user fuse at the back. or
  2. your main IC amplifier for the left channel is bad. you need to replace that IC, but check first the wiring of the speakers.
  3. Check your receiver left speakers if it is producing a soft hum, to do this turn down the right channel, or adjusting the balance knob to the left, or simply remove the speaker connection of the right channel. place your ears on the left speaker as you adjust the volume up and down, do you hear a soft hum that goes up and down also? If yes the problem is on the source section before main amplification, usually the pre-amplifier stage, If you hear no hum at all. problem with the main left amplifier. The main amplifier is usually a single IC for both left and right channel, OR one IC amplifier for the left and one for the right, in both cases, replace the bad IC.

Jan 21, 2010 | Philips Audio Players & Recorders

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Centre speaker not working on yamaha surround sound unit.


Check your "Setup" in the main menu of the receiver. Press "Menu" or "GUI" whichever you have on the remote and go to "Manual Setup" then toggle to "Audio" then "Speakers" then toggle to "Center Channel" and make sure it's on "Large" or "Small" instead of "None". If you still don't have audio, post a comment with the model # of your receiver, I'll pull the book and help you further. Hope this helps.

Dec 21, 2009 | Yamaha 5.1-Ch. Surround Sound Home Theater...

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Rca 155 Wireless Speaker transmitter not working. Power Led flashes then goes out???????


You probably have the polarity on your plug to the transmitter set on the wrong one. Set it to negative frequency, and it will probably work. I've had the same problem myself.

One other possibility: the Music has to be coming through for the light to go on, so if the music is too soft, you might not get any sound through. Good luck!

Jul 16, 2009 | RCA WSP155 Main / Stereo Speaker

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Tomtom speaker stoped working


More than likely the small spaker inside has siezed up!
You can puchase a replacement (search ebay for replacement speaker tomtom) for about 10GBP.

They are easy to replace - 4 screws on back of 710, pop out main unit, and remove 4 screws holding speaker, unplug and install new one - reverse to assembly once more.

I had a strange experience in Vegas when I took my tomtom710 on vacation. the tomtom was silent in the UK - speaker dead as a doedoe, however 3-4 hours in the Vegas heat on the dash made the speaker pop back into life!
Result I thought, however on return to the UK the temp had returned to below miserable and the tomtom didn't wanna play ball anymore.

So, tested the output internally with another temp speaker, all works fine - so just ordered a replacement "original" tom tom speaker to fully fix.

Jun 02, 2009 | Tomtom GO 720 GPS Receiver

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HOmetech HT503 8 ohm speakers


WITHOUT ANY PROBLEM. THE SOUND WILL BE LITTLE SOFT BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE ANY PROBLE USING 8 OHM ON 3 OHMS AMPLIFIER

Nov 26, 2007 | HomeTech HT503 Main / Stereo Speaker

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Kicker DX350


it sounds like you pop the power Reg. transistor or one of the Amp. chips instide. Some Amps has a pic fuse inside on the main board its green very small shape like a tear drop with a wire comeing out both ends it would in a socket some times white or black.

Sep 22, 2006 | Kicker DX350 Car Audio Amplifier

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