Question about JBL 050036922142 Subwoofer
There's a clue. Check the connections. Make sure the cables are routed away from strong magnetic fields. Maybe rotate the power connector. If you have track lighting that can introduce hum, too.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.1 20 watts, Min. RMS at 4 ohms, from 40 Hz to 160 Hz, with no more than 1% Total Harmonic Distortion
The subfrequencies are below 25 Hz, but TS-W60 work over 40 Hz!.
Bass frequencies (woof) are from 25 to 50 Hz.
Bad, very bad.
Sell it and buy a good subwoofer.
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