Question about Velodyne SPL-800 Subwoofer
Could be one of two things.
The speaker could have a rubbing voice coil, that was the "chirp" sound
Over time, this will damage the speaker. If it shorted, then it may have blown a fuse in the amplifier section.
Any good electronics shop should be able to fix this for a reasonable cost. You also could try the place you purchased the unit from.
You could also contact Velodyne.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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