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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Loud hHum from Subwoofer
Sounds like the hum might be mains hum caused by the failure of the power supply capacitor(s) in the sub. It/they will be the largest on the pc board. You will find all the details (needed to replace it) on them. If you find more than one replace both.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
Before you go throwing money at this problem, try to eliminate any external influences like track lighting. I myself am trying to figure out why mine makes a buzz throughout my system when the lights are on. I already replaced the variable light control with no improvement.
Bad cable ground can let airborne electronic noise into the Sub's amp.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
Forget the 4 wire inputs on the sub as you have pointed out. use the low mono input only.this can be plugged into any audio out connections at the amplifier.so it is one rca/low wire from sub to amplifier then plug in power cord and adjust volume as desired.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
Try the KLH site. I have downloaded (for free) info on KLH products. Not much on technical stuff, but set up info and connections.
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
SOURCE: how do i connect my
I am basing hookup on my Bassbite !! manual. The procedure should be the same as on your Bassbite V
I have given you a link to your Sony Owner manual. It looks like you will connect your sub to the sub output on the rear of your reciever using the rca cable. Woofer out on the Sony to the R/Mono input on your Bassbite. If you have the front and rear speakers hook your rears into the rear speaker outputs then connect your front speakers to the front speaker outputs of your Sony. Your speaker jacks on the Bassbite will not be used for this configuration.
Now, adjust your speaker size setting for "SMALL" or "LARGE" speakers as appropriate for your setup (this is for the front and rear speakers and will not effect your Bassbite). Now set your Sony subwoofer output to "ON" You access this setting through your menu. That should be located on your remote for the Sony. You will want to refer to the manual to find the exact method to access your system menu.
If the link to your manual doesn't work for you then go to http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=STRDE335 and click on Operating instructions.
Hope this helps. Let me know okay? By the way, if this works for you you should be very pleased with the sound quality :-)
Kindly, DAVID (sean1dave)
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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