Question about Acoustic Research ARS115PS Speaker
Good evening: My Subwoofer stopped working. The problem is in the powered amp section, specifically the crossover circuit (so I've been told by a local electronics repair man). Specifically, the crossover circuit does not "fire" to trigger the output of sound in the proper spectrum. I know that the speaker is fine (I checked it with a separate sound source). So the question is, where do I go for repair (now that Audiovox has purchased A.R.)? The repair man told be that he could not figure out how to make the repair. I'm in the greater Los Angeles area (North and west).
I have the same problem with the smaller AR 112PS speaker and since Acoustic Research went out
of business, I too have been looking for a solution. I may have found
an alternative to throwing away this really nice speaker. I found a
company on the web that appears to sell an amp that may fit nicely into
this speaker enclosure for $99.00. Check it out...
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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