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I have a Fisher ST-845 speaker that I just replaced the foam around the subwoofer. Now I have a bass rattle in just one speaker when I turn up the volumef. Any suggestions?

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When you put the new foam, maybe the cone went off center. Get a new kit, and re-do the job with more care. Check to make sure that the spider is okay, and that the speaker coil is not warped or anything like that.

There are speaker companies the professionaly rebuild speakers. They are better equiped and have the jiggs and facilities to properly rebuild the speaker from the coil up.

If you really want your speakers, you should consider giving the complete set out for rebuilding and testing.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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I suspect that the speaker levels need to be set. You connected everything right - many people would not have connected the sats via the bass section (which has their high pass crossover and overload protection). But I am betting the HSU is turned up a bit on the high side.

Try this. Set all speakers to small, set all levels to 0. Play the receiver in stereo all mode. If the bass is strong, you need to turn the HSU down closer to a natural sound. Then use the speaker setup tone and adjust as needed.

Posted on May 15, 2008

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did you tell the receiver that you have a subwoofer connected (thru the quick setup)?

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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Yes, buy a speaker system with smaller speakers and a sub woofer. Bose, Boston, JVC or the likes

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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Check out this site: http://www.mcmelectronics.com/search.aspx?C=&K=speaker%20repair
or google search "speaker refoaming" to find a local or somewhere to ship them to be repaired.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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