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Hearing a simple low frequency cycle up to a mid frequency over 4-5 seconds

Harmon Kardon HK695 powered computer speakers. Problem occurs as soon as the input jack is plugged into the bass speaker. It occurs whether or not the input is connected to the computer.

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  • alan_wayne_c Feb 19, 2009

    As soon as the satellite speakers are plugged into the sub, I get a low freq static rumble that comes and goes. Might be fine for a few days but most of the time it goes nuts and does it all the time. Happens without being plugged into computer. Pull the plug from the controlling satellite speaker and noise is gone. No visible damage to cords and disassembled unit but didn't find any visible trouble there either.



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Hello stocker
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well, it is a bad capacitor on the sub, you have 2 options here, if you got warranty, go ahead and RMS your sub, or get it to repair it center to a repair.
good luck

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