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Bass problem I recently moved house taking great care not to harm my precious Boomblaster. when i tried to play it at the other end there was/is this constant thud thud thud bass sound going on in the background. it doesn't start straight away and the player may work fine for 5 or 6 minutes befor the thudding bass starts up again. it's almost as if the bass amp is shorting out. it gets louder when the bass is turned up, but even when the bass volume is turned down to minimum you can here it in the background over the track playing.

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