Question about JBL Northridge E150P Subwoofer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the industry - It is called "Turn-On Thump".
There are some manufacturers that eliminate components like noise filters on enry level lines to save money.
There is no way to lessen this noise without ripping the amplifier apart and having a technical knowledge of the way amplifiers work. It would involve hard-wiring a slow charge capacitor in the turn on line so it gradually builds power instead of getting it all at once.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009
Have you tried turning the gain down before turning it on. If that works, it might be the internal amp picking up noise somewhere. Maybe even a bad ground. Either way there are only a few things you can try before complaining to the manufacturer or replacing it. Changing its location might help and if it does might indicate RF interference. You can also try running it through a power strip, one equipped with a filter (these are fairly common). Good luck
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
problem could be in wiring, fuse, crossover or the components can be damaged. the original JBL tweeter and 5.25" speaker are no longer available so replacement options would be the only alternative.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
yes i was back in nam whence i came across this devil of a problem. me and jimmy had some bose triple gauge subwoofers fully loaded in our packs. we needed serious wooferage and luckily we got captured and rendered prisoners. the namese transferred us to africa for some unknown friggin reason. Anyway we ended up on an electronic dump in nigeria and that is where all of our problems came to an end. those **** hooked us brothers up and got those triple gauge subwoofers rockin straight out of our backpacks. we were **** scared at first (maybe thats why we couldn't feel it when they plugged those sound pumpin, rocket eating, puppy skinning machines into our livers). We were set, me and jimmy just cruising, walked all the way home with bose triple gauge mother humping subwoofers pumping straight off our livers. Just plug em in bro. Those f&*kers will rock your world. Copyright. Me and Jimmy in Nam 1932. Jesus christ I'm drunk, maybe I should write books instead of working as a bricklayer. "JIMMY TURN THAT F^*KIN TRIPLE GAUGE DIRTY *** FAT GRANDMA SUBBY FROM THE GREAT GUYS AT BOSE DOWN..............thanks"
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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