Question about Infinity BU-120 Subwoofer
I have a polk subwoofer that will distort if the bass is too bassy. It used to run fine with nice tight bass then after a couple of years started to distort. It still sounds good for soundtracks but when it comes to certain very bassy parts of the soundtrack it will cut ut making crackling noises which irritates me. So what do I do? Can this be fixed ? I paid almost 400 4 years ago. Does this mean it's time for a new one or can this be fixed?
Yea, now its time to replace it! the magnetic effect is weaken which makes the very bass low frequency sound to be distorted! You should re engergise the magnet of the subwoofer or should buy the new!
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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