Question about PSB Alpha Sub Zero Subwoofer
I get no green light when I plug in and turn on the sub. Used the replacement fuse - no cigar. The sub uses 1.6a fuses, went to hardware store and bought 2 however they were only 1.5a (all they had), both blew instantly upon turning the power on.
Go to a 2 amp fuse. There's obviously too much juice for a 1.6 amp fuse to handle, so graduate in small increments the load capacity of the fuse. After replacing, slowly increase the volume to where the source material is at a comfort level, and see if it can handle the juice.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
Others have had similar problems with the amp on this model. There is probably a circuit design error which causes some components to blow and as far as I've read, fixing it (or replacing the fuse) won't make the problem go away for long. Try contacting PSB or the retailer.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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