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100watt sub MY sub has a constant buzzing bass sound coming out of it... whats the deal?

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  • Anonymous May 26, 2008

    it has a constant buzzing and it gets louder when the volume is turned up

  • Warren Laurent Oct 10, 2008

    Fuse blown, replaced fuse - blown again....another fuse and smoke coming from heat sink /circuit board connection.



    Is it worth taking to a repairer?



    Warren Laurent

    Cedargrove Qld Australia

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There is a problem wwith teh power supply or the amp section. Does the noise remain constant or does it vary in volume? The sub should have a level control, does the noise vary with that control?
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