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Subwoofer problems The Subwoofer does not work at all except for buzzing sound, sat's are working but again with weird sound modulations. Seems like and internal problem, but Im not sure if there might be an easy way to fix this..

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I've got the same problem it just suddenly stopped with working even if i put it on full the sub is working mininal.. any solusion?

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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Hello there!
First Things First::

1) RMS quick your sub., if you got extended warranty, for a replacement. ( this is a tipical problem for this spk.) they are aware of this.
2) you can check if something is doing interference on your room , like TV, Microwave near, or other electronic devices.
sometimes this cause extrange problems on sound. SOMETIMES.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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