Question about Samson Resolv 65a Main / Stereo Speaker
I switched my speakers on as normal the other day and only one of the two powered up. I have not been able to get left speaker to work. I tried using the power lead from the right speaker and this did not solve the problem, so there is no issue with the fuse. I have taken the back off the speaker, but can not see any other fuses inside!
Can anyone suggest a way of me getting this speaker back up and running? Or do I need to take it to a specialist?
One of mine cuts out, a slap seems to remedy it for a moment but I don't think this is in the manual.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
Same for me, i have a pair of rubicons, (they use the same resolv 64a AMP). Mine have a fail from the power amp, Check if any of these components are broken or burned ... zener diode c15 51(5.1v 1/2 w i guess), transistor C2061, 47uf filter, red red brown resistor and brown black red rsistor.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Since you don't name the receiver we have no idea of its audio power or compatibility with 'standard' 8-ohm speakers.
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Any normal standardized NOT-all-in-one-hi-fi-in-a-box amplifier will work with these speakers.
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