Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have a old Mirage PS-12-180 power subwoofer and recently it gives a continuously popping noise by itself when power on. The popping will becomes very loud during audio and video playback. I wonder what could be the problem and is very expensive to get it fix
Your subwoofer is not getting enough power, or it is grounding out due to a bad connection. What is powering the subwoofer? You might want to consider buying an AC to DC power inverter and a car amplifier to power your subwoofer. You connect the AC/DC inverter to your amp the same way you would in your car (+) to (+) and (-) to (-). The only other thing you will have to do is run the remote wire to the (+) on the amp. You can buy the AC/DC inverter at radioshack for $49.99, and all you really would need is a 200watt max amplifier and that would cost you about $10-$20.00 for a cheap one.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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